Camarillio stated he observed the suspect crash at the corner of 19th and Q street after a high speed chase.
Camarillio ran out to the suspect after he tried to run away from the scene, grabbed him, and held his arm tight. Camarillio is a double black belt instructor that has trained all over the world. When he observed the suspect running from the scene of the accident, he put a hold on him but the suspect was resisting. Moments later, Camarillio threw the suspect to the ground where he put his weight on the suspect and pulled his arm tight to gain control.
The police were able to apprehend the suspect on multiple felony charges. In the case of the JiuJistu instructor vs. suspect on the run, Jiu Jitsu prevailed and Camarillio just happened to be in the right place at the right time.
Camarillio always teaches his students that they never know where their Jiu Jitsu training may come into play and this was a prime example of just how accurate that statement could be in every
day life. New By 23 ABC News