A manhunt spanning three states ended Wednesday with one man in jail. Arizona Department of Public Safety and Police from Kingman, Arizona arrested Jack Lindsey Jordan Southwest of Kingman, after a high speed chase just after 6 p.m., March 9.
Jordan is also linked to an aggravated robbery in Terry County, a kidnapping in Amarillo and three aggravated assaults and a burglary in Lubbock.
He was seen in Gallup, New Mexico March 8th, before he was caught in Arizona, where authorities believe he committed another crime.
A female was arrested with Jordan; Lubbock U.S. Marshals believe she was an accomplice in an Arizona car jacking.
The Lubbock victim spoke with NewsChannel 11 under the condition he stay anonymous. He told us he has never seen such an angry look in another person's eyes. He believed Jordan truly would have killed him if he hadn't fought back.
A mutual friend recently introduced them. On Saturday, March 5th, Jordan forced himself into the victim's home after Jordan was told to leave. The victim says Jordan had a gun and they then started fighting. Jordan was first beating the man on the head with his fists, then started using a piece of metal. The victim believed Jordan wanted him dead.
"Once I had my hand on the gun, I didn't think about that anymore. It was just- how many times is he going to hit me before he realizes he's not hurting me, then I realized what he was going to do, he took the metal, then it started hurting, but even that pain went away. Then just, mad took over," said the Lubbock victim.
He has a broken finger, his arm is in a cast, and he has dozens of stitches on his face from the fight. Local U.S. Marshals say Jordan is currently in jail in Arizona. He'll most likely be brought back to Lubbock to face the charges for the aggravated robbery, kidnapping, aggravated assaults and burglary, among other alleged crimes.