A spokesman for U.S. Sen. Bob Corker says the Tennessee Republican's daughter, Julia Corker, was carjacked in Washington, D.C., though she was not seriously injured.
Spokesman Todd Womack says the 22-year-old woman was on her way to the family's apartment Wednesday night when she stopped at an intersection and was approached by someone.
Womack says she rolled down the window, was dragged from the car and thrown to the ground. He said Thursday that she was sore but not seriously hurt. Womack says the senator had arrived at the scene within minutes.
"Her shoes were across the road. She was pretty shaken up," Corker said, adding that Julia quickly remembered that her Chevrolet Tahoe had OnStar, a GPS-tracking service.
"It was my campaign car back in 2005. It's got like 180,000 miles on it. And every month, I kept thinking I'm not going to pay the OnStar bill. But it's like twelve bucks or something," Corker said — and luckily, he paid.
"The OnStar folks found them like that. By midnight, they (the Maryland Police) already had the suspects and the car, and we were back in our apartment."
Sgt. Leroy Patterson of the Seat Pleasant, Md., police department says officers took two suspects into custody. He would not release their names.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.