For my story, a group of people are caught in the act of kidnapping by police. One of them surrenders immediately out of fear, and the police get the drop on him first. This gives the others just enough time to get away, and in chase that follows, the others end up breaking several traffic laws, as well as destroying some of the evidence, that can be linked to them, most likely by arson. Now the first guy who surrendered can be charged for the kidnapping, or attempted kidnapping and conspiracy to kidnapping, but can be be charged with the crimes of the others, during the chase, if he surrendered before the others took off and the chase started? Can he argue that he didn't know the others would commit those crimes after he surrendered is would a judge still charge him with those crimes of his co-conspirators, even though he was technically in custody at the time?