Good samaritan helps catch robbery suspect in Northwest

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WASHINGTON DC -- Police have arrested one man, detained another and are still searching for a third who were inside a car that crashed on MacArthur Blvd. Sunday afternoon.

Upon exiting the vehicle, one man ran while two others argued and were ultimately held at the scene by a good samaritan until police arrived.

"Right from the start you could tell there was something odd about the way they were acting," said the man who didn't want to be identified.

The witness said the men were arguing over money then he noticed lots of money that he described as "fake looking."

The man said one of the men from the crashed car wanted to leave the scene but the other man held him in a headlock. The good samaritan held onto one of the men and even asked firefighters responding to the crash to help him subdue the two men but, according to him, they told him they could not get involved.

When police arrived they detained both men then late Sunday announced they had arrested Darius Leo Clarke, 24, of Upper Darby, Pennsylvania. He's charged with robbery. No further charges have been announced and no suspect description has been released by police.