07/10/2023 Stop Stick News: 34 Pursuit Stories From Around the World.

July 11, 2023

By: Zach Madden

Category: Stop Stick News

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Mansfield Police Night Shift Officers Apprehend Wrong-Way Driver, Preventing Potential Tragedy Texas

Irving Weekly news –

In the early hours of July 9, 2023, at 2:15 a.m., the Mansfield Police Night Shift Officers demonstrated exceptional professionalism and quick thinking when they successfully stopped a wrong-way driver on the southbound lanes of S 360. Officers Killian, Reichert, and Sergeant Raines responded promptly to a distress call from a vigilant witness, effectively preventing a potential tragedy on the roads.

Thanks to their swift response and the strategic deployment of a spike strip, the officers managed to bring the vehicle to a halt in the 2700 block of S 360 SB, ensuring the safety of other motorists in the vicinity. However, the driver, displaying noncompliant behavior, resisted arrest and engaged in a brief struggle with the officers. Despite the challenges, the officers skillfully subdued the individual and took him into custody.

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Police arrest pair after Mount Waverley Burglary Australia

Mirage News  –

Two people have been arrested after an alleged burglary in Mount Waverley this morning.

Police responded to reports of a burglary on Gilby Road about 4.10am.

An allegedly stolen white Mitsubishi Express van was seen driving away from the commercial premises which had been broken into.

With units on the ground and the Air Wing overhead, the Mitsubishi was followed allegedly driving at speed through the suburbs of Burwood, Surrey Hills and Camberwell.

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Stolen vehicle chase starts in Lawrence, ends in Johnson County – Kansas

JOHNSON COUNTY, Kan. (KCTV) – A stolen vehicle chase that started in Lawrence ended in Johnson County with the suspect in custody.

The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office said Lawrence Police Department officers noticed a stolen vehicle around 9:30 p.m. Saturday driving in the area of 23rd Street and Franklin Road. Authorities said the driver, a 26-year-old Leavenworth man, fled east on Kansas Highway 10, where deputies reported him driving at speeds up to 95 miles per hour.

While driving, the suspect evaded stop sticks in the area. Eventually, a Baldwin City Police Department officer was able to successfully deploy stop sticks near County Road 1061 and N 200 Road, deflating the tires on the stolen vehicle.

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5 arrested, 2 stolen vehicles found after street takeover, police chase in Fort Worth Texas

FOX 4 News Dallas-Fort Worth –

Fort Worth street takeover leads to 5 arrests

Drivers did donuts and shot off fireworks before leading police on a chase. Fort Worth police say that the drivers have been causing problems across the state.

FORT WORTH, Texas – Fort Worth police arrested five people who fled the scene of a street takeover Saturday night.

This was reported to police at about 10:30 p.m., near the intersection of N. Beach St. and N. Tarrant Parkway.

Responding officers reported that a silver and black Dodge Challenger was doing donuts as a crowd was gathering around and recording.

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Jefferson County deputy puts training to use to end multi-county chaseTennessee

JEFFERSON COUNTY, Tenn. (WATE) — A multi-agency pursuit ended in an arrest of a man wanted in several different counties in East Tennessee.

Scotty Allen Barnes, of Gray, Tennessee, had multiple outstanding warrants. He was reportedly driving a stolen Ford F-250 at the time of the pursuit.

“When we entered the pursuit, he was still traveling down the interstate at a high rate of speed. Luckily, the White Pine Police Department, one of their officers was able to get spike strips out which caused a front right tire to be deflated,” said Jefferson County Patrol Lieutenant Tim Herzog.

Herzog was able to catch up with Barnes and strict the back left end of his truck before Barnes was able to get back on Interstate 40.

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17-Year-Old Lander Boy Charged As Adult For 100 MPH Chase Through Town On July 4 Wyoming

Your Wyoming News Source –

A Fremont County prosecutor has charged as an adult the teen who allegedly sped through Lander high on methamphetamine and crashed two vehicles during Fourth of July celebrations.

Evan Smith, 17, now faces multiple felonies and one misdemeanor. Those include aggravated fleeing, which is punishable by up to five years in prison and $5,000 in fines; felony property destruction, punishable by 10 years in prison and $10,000 in fines; aggravated assault, punishable by up to 10 years in prison; and reckless endangering, punishable by up to one year in jail.

Jumping Onto The Sidewalk

Lander Police Department agents first rushed to intercept Smith as the teen allegedly sped into Lander in a red 2017 Ford Edge just before 2 p.m. Tuesday. A woman sitting in the front seat had called 911, saying Smith was going to crash the car.



Trucker arrested after 45-mile chase – Arkansas

Arkansas Online –

The driver of an 18-wheeler led Arkansas State Police troopers on a 45-mile chase in Pope County on Wednesday afternoon, an agency spokesperson said, ending after troopers deployed spike strips.

The truck, driven by Birotte Charamant, 44, of Florida, nearly struck a trooper who was pulling over another driver, spokeswoman Cindy Murphy said. At that point, she said, the trooper set out in pursuit of Charamant.

When Charamant refused to stop, troopers used spike strips that damaged the vehicle’s tires, although the vehicle kept rolling for some time until it came to a halt, Murphy said. Charamant refused to get out, but troopers were eventually able to arrest him, she said.

Charamant was being held in the Pope County jail on an aggravated assault charge, Murphy said.

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Police arrest three after burglary and pursuit in yinnar – Australia

LaTrobe Crime Investigation Unit detectives have arrested three people following a burglary and pursuit in Yinnar on 7 July.

Officers were called following a burglary at a residential premises on Creamery Road, where they arrested two people at the scene, about 11.10am.

It is believed a third man fled on foot, before confronting a couple and stealing their red Toyota Corolla.

The victims were not injured.

The offender was then involved in a collision with a police vehicle on Creamery Road before driving away, initiating a pursuit.

Stop sticks were successfully deployed on Creamery Road, but the man continued driving the car on its rims towards Boolarra.

The offender later lost control, crashed into a ditch on Fishers Road and was arrested at the scene.

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Bridge Closure on Business 37 and Interstate 69 Prompts Detour Starting Monday Indiana

The Bloomingtonian – Jeremy Hogan –

Bloomington, Ind. – July 8, 2023

Authorities have announced the closure of the bridge north of Bloomington, Indiana at Business 37 and Interstate 69 for repairs. Starting from Monday, July 10th, commuters, and travelers will need to seek alternative routes as the project is expected to span a duration of one week.

The closure marks the second major detour in the northern part of the county, further adding to the inconveniences faced by local residents and motorists. The ongoing project on N Old State Rd 37 between Audubon and Old Meyers Rd remains in progress, with an anticipated completion date in the fall.

Meanwhile, the construction on Sample Rd has been completed and the road is now open to traffic.

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Domestic assault ends with police chase in Carrboro, suspect arrested North Carolina


A Carrboro police chase ended in a crash on Saturday afternoon.

The Carrboro Police Department responded to a call of a domestic assault at approximately 1:00 p.m.

When officers arrived, the suspect fled the area in a vehicle.

Officers attempted to stop the vehicle, but the suspect refused to stop and drove erratically.

With the assistance of the Orange County Sheriff’s Office, the vehicle was stopped using stop sticks. The suspect was taken into custody and charges are pending.

One Carrboro Police vehicle was damaged after being struck by the suspect’s vehicle and had to be towed from the scene. The suspect’s vehicle was seized and there were no injuries to anyone involved in the incident.



MPD: Two men wanted on felony charges apprehended after police pursuit North Carolina

Iredell Free News

Two Charlotte men wanted on felony charges in Mecklenburg and Iredell counties were apprehended by Mooresville Police Department officers.

Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department investigators contacted the MPD on Tuesday, July 6, with information about two individuals who were wanted on outstanding felony warrants by the CMPD and MPD, Mooresville police said in a news release.

MPD officers located a suspect vehicle on Argus Lane in the Village at Byers Creek shopping center at approximately 4:49 p.m. on Tuesday, police said.

The suspect vehicle fled east on Highway 150 and then south on Interstate 77.

An MPD traffic unit deployed stop sticks, puncturing two tires on the suspect vehicle, but the pursuit continued into Mecklenburg County, according to the news release.

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Mooresville officers pursue larceny suspects; chase ends in Mecklenburg County with two arrests North Carolina

by From staff reports

A chase involving Mooresville police officers on Thursday ended in two arrests.

Avone Williams, 22, of Charlotte was charged with felony larceny, conspiracy to commit felony larceny and misdemeanor destruction of evidence. A magistrate set bond at $35,000.

Rasean Mustipher, 32, of Charlotte was charged with felony flee to elude, felony larceny, conspiracy to commit felony larceny and misdemeanor counts of aggressive driving, driving while license is revoked, driving left of center and failing to stop at a red light. A magistrate set bond at $55,000.

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Metro police arrest three men, recover stolen SUV and two gunsTennessee

News Channel 5 Nashville (WTVF) –

A lead generated by a License Plate Reader ends with three arrests and the recovery of a stolen SUV and two guns in Nashville.

Metro police say Violent Crime detectives were tipped off by an LPR that detected a stolen 2004 GMC Yukon driving on Brick Church Pike near Trinity Lane.

An MNPD helicopter crew located and followed the Yukon to an apartment on Capitol Point. The driver, 24-year-old D’Juan Bowers, and two others parked the Yukon and went inside.

The helicopter crew then saw Bowers leave and get into a different car that drove him to Jefferson Street and Dr. D.B. Todd Jr. Boulevard. Police say he got out of the first car there and into another SUV that drove him to clothing store on Jefferson Street.

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2 officers injured, another person in hospital after pursuit in Mayflower Arkansas

After the stolen vehicle suspect was brought into custody, a driver of another vehicle hit a Mayflower patrol car, injuring the driver and two officers.

MAYFLOWER, Ark. — Two police officers and the driver of another vehicle were injured following an accident after a stolen vehicle pursuit in Mayflower.

According to authorities, the Conway Police Department requested assistance from the Mayflower Police Department in a high-speed pursuit at approximately 1:50 a.m. Saturday.

Mayflower officers stopped the fleeing vehicle with spike strips shortly after the chase entered the City of Mayflower.

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Police Car Chases Up 600 Percent in NYC, Pursuit Injuries Rising in LA New York

Car and Driver

Police chases might be entertaining in the movies, but they can be dangerous to people who get caught up in them. In New York City, a policy shift toward more aggressive tactics resulted in an increase in police vehicle pursuits of almost 600 percent in the first few months of 2023. Over in Los Angeles, about a quarter of the time when law enforcement vehicles give chase, someone dies or is injured. In Michigan, police pursuits have resulted in 60 deaths in the past five years.

Some of these dangerous pursuits are the consequence of quiet rules changes. According to The City, a New York City–based publication, John Chell—the new NYPD chief of patrol, who stepped into the role in December 2022—is behind the push for more enforcement, including more chases. As one unidentified NYPD official told The City, “Chell’s going out himself. On a Friday night at three in the morning, he’s out there. It’s just an aggressive tenor now that’s reckless. I’ve never seen it like this.”

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Khonkaen police stopping drug driver will be a case study Thiland By Khaosod English –

Khon Kaen police received praise on Saturday for putting an end to a terrible incident in which a 36-year-old man driving a grey Aura Good Cat EV car crash into six cars, including a police patrol car, on several roads in the Khon Kaen municipality at noon on Friday.

The police revealed on July 8 that the man, Bowonwong Krairiksh, who drove the car so fiercely after taking methamphetamine (ice), had been in prison for 5 years for selling drugs and had just been released from prison before causing this incident.

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Police arrest pair after Mount Waverley Burglary – Australia

Mirage News –

Two people have been arrested after an alleged burglary in Mount Waverley this morning.

Police responded to reports of a burglary on Gilby Road about 4.10am.

An allegedly stolen white Mitsubishi Express van was seen driving away from the commercial premises which had been broken into.

With units on the ground and the Air Wing overhead, the Mitsubishi was followed allegedly driving at speed through the suburbs of Burwood, Surrey Hills and Camberwell.

Officers successfully deployed stop sticks at the intersection of Junction and Springvale roads in Nunawading.

The Mitsubishi continued to drive through Box Hill North and Blackburn North before losing a front wheel as objects were allegedly thrown from the vehicle.

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Kansas City man with chronic DWI history allegedly stole KCATA bus, led cops on chase – Missouri

The Kansas City Star –

A 34-year-old man with a history of drunken driving was arrested Friday after he allegedly led police officers on a chase in a stolen Kansas City Area Transportation Authority bus.

The bus was reported stolen around 12:20 a.m. from 74th and Broadway streets in the city’s Tower Homes neighborhood. Kansas City police spotted it heading north on U.S. 71 Highway at 22nd Street.

The officers followed, with lights and sirens, until the driver pulled over to avoid stop sticks at 19th Street and The Paseo, according to documents filed in Jackson County Circuit Court. Officers then pried open the doors and “forcefully” removed Adam V. Vogt, of Kansas City, from inside the bus, according to court documents.

He allegedly smelled of alcoholic beverages and exhibited signs of impairment during the encounter with officers.

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WATCH: Cruiser cam shows driver lead troopers on high-speed pursuit in Warren County – Ohio

New cruiser cam footage shows a driver lead troopers on a high-speed pursuit in Warren County late Wednesday night.

At approximately 11:56 p.m., the Lebanon Post of the Ohio State Highway Patrol was contacted by a concerned motorist reporting a reckless driver traveling on Interstate 71 northbound, according to a spokesperson for OSP.

Shortly thereafter, a trooper located the vehicle on I-71 near milepost 28 in Turtlecreek Township.

After spotting the vehicle, the trooper was attempting to catch up to conduct a traffic stop and saw the vehicle drive onto the right shoulder and pass a tractor-trailer combination.

Once behind the vehicle, the trooper activated his overhead lights and sirens to attempt a traffic stop near milepost 33. The vehicle failed to stop and which initiated the vehicle pursuit, the spokesperson said.

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Roanoke Valley crime roundup: RRPD, Weldon PD reports – North Carolina

by Lance Martin

Roanoke Rapids Police Department

A Williamston man is scheduled for a July 27 Halifax County District Court appearance on child sex offense counts.

Interim Captain of Criminal Investigations Morgan Worrell said Detective M.J. Hunsucker began an investigation of sexual abuse during the latter part of April and developed probable cause to charge 40-year-old Mario Moody with counts stemming from offenses reportedly beginning around 2016.

Moody was charged with three counts of statutory sex offense, two counts of crimes against nature, and indecent liberties with a child.

Moody also has a July 19 Edgecombe County District Court date on charges of misdemeanor sexual battery and misdemeanor assault on a female.

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Police Briefs 7/6/23 – Clay Today – Florida

Police Briefs 7/6/23 – Clay Today –,75028

Chase ends with arrest following 2 PIT maneuvers, use of spike strips
MIDDLEBURG – The Clay County Sheriff’s Office needed to use spike strips and two PIT maneuvers mid-afternoon on June 28 to stop a man who had already rammed a CCSO squad car while trying to evade capture.
Kenneth H. Morrison, 39, of Jacksonville, was charged with aggravated assault of a law enforcement officer, resisting arrest, attempting to flee or elude law enforcement with lights and siren active, reckless driving, leaving the scene of an accident and driving with a suspended license after a deputy noticed the Honda Morrison was driving had been reported stolen. The deputy followed Morrison when he pulled into a driveway on Pine Tree Lane. According to the arrest report, when the deputy stepped out of his car, Morrison put his car in reverse and ran into the squad car.



Truck driver arrested after leading police on 45 mile pursuit on I-40 in Arkansas – Arkansas


A truck driver was arrested on Wednesday following a police pursuit on I-40 near Atkins, Arkansas.

The incident occurred in Pope County, Arkansas, according to KARK.

Arkansas State Police say that a trooper was pulling over a car on I-40 when he was reportedly nearly struck by a truck.

The trooper attempted to perform a traffic stop on the semi truck, but the truck driver refused to pull off the interstate.

Officers used stop sticks to try to disable the truck, but police say that the driver continued the pursuit with damaged front tires.

After leading police on a chase for 45 miles, the truck driver stopped but refused to exit the vehicle.

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Man wanted for numerous fuel thefts arrested in KissimmeeFlorida

Osceola News Gazette

The Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services announced the Office of Agricultural Law Enforcement, working with Osceola County Sheriff’s Office, has made an arrest in a spree of retail fuel thefts that reached into Kissimmee.

Harold Blanco, 28, of Orlando, was arrested and charged with 30 felony and misdemeanor counts, including multiple counts of obtaining fuel fraudulently, unauthorized access to an electronic device, computer crime to defraud to obtain property, criminal mischief and eluding a law enforcement officer, after the escapade that led to his initial arrest.

Blanco is held in the Osceola County Jail on $60,500 bond. He is scheduled for trial Aug. 28.

According to an arrest report, on May 12 just before noon, Blanco was discovered at the RaceTrac station at the corner of Orange Blossom Trail and Ham Brown Road south of downtown Kissimmee through Department of Agriculture intelligence. He was seen by an Osceola County deputy going in and out of a white Ford truck with an unregistered tag, and breaking into a gas pump through the receipt door. He placed a “fuel pulser device to deceive the pump and steal diesel fuel at little to no cost.

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Short standoff in Lawrence parking lot ends with one man’s arrest – Kansas

LAWRENCE, Kan. (WIBW) – A short standoff in a Lawrence parking lot ended with the arrest of one man and the return of a stolen vehicle to its rightful owner.

The Lawrence Police Department says that around 7:15 p.m. on Thursday, June 29, a woman reported her car had been stolen near the area of 10th and Massachusetts St.

Officials said a vehicle description and license plate number were quickly broadcast. An alert officer heard the information and saw the vehicle in a parking lot at 31st and Nieder Rd.

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Car Crashes Into House in Melbourne’s Southeast After Extended Police Pursuit – Australia

Mirage News –

MOORHEAD, Minn. (Valley News Live) – Flashing lights lit up a section of Hwy. 10 in Moorhead when a wild, high-speed chase ended in the median.

The Clay County Sheriff’s Department says on Monday, June 26 around 9:15 p.m. they tried to stop a stolen pickup along Hwy. 75 near Georgetown, MN.

Authorities say the driver wouldn’t stop for the deputy and sped off, going 100 miles an hour. Eventually, officials say they put out stop sticks and deflated three tires on the vehicle, but that didn’t stop the driver either and he kept going 50 tp 60 miles per hour.

A short time later, deputies used stop sticks again and deflated the fourth tire, but that didn’t even stop the driver.

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Man Driving Stolen Cab Leads Cops On Chase From Hospital – California

SANTA ROSA, CA — A man stole a taxicab outside a Santa Rosa hospital early Monday, then led police on a lengthy pursuit, according to the Santa Rosa Police Department.

It started around 1:30 a.m. Monday when SRPD received a report of a vehicle theft that had just taken place. It was reported that a man, later identified as 39-year-old Mario Christopher Territo, was leaving the hospital and had a voucher for a cab service ride.

“As the cab driver arrived at the hospital to pick up Territo, he briefly exited the vehicle leaving the engine running,” SRPD Sgt. Rick Boehm said. “While the driver stepped away, Territo entered the driver’s seat and fled the area without permission to take the vehicle.”



Two arrested after trying to evade police in Hercules – Wisconsin


HERCULES — A man and woman people suspected of driving away from a store with three cases of shoplifted beer were arrested on suspicion of much more serious crimes, police said.

One police officer used a Taser while subduing the 23-year-old man suspected of driving the vehicle, and the 30-year-old woman briefly fought back as an officer arrested her, according to a statement from the Hercules Police Department.

Police said they were suspected of theft, evading police and attempted carjacking. According to police, they were in custody at the Martinez Detention Facility.

It all happened Sunday after officers were dispatched about 5:15 p.m. to a Rite Aid in the 1500 block of Sycamore Avenue. According to police, the reporting party told them that the suspects in the shoplifting were leaving the store’s parking lot in a white Chrysler 200 and on Sycamore Avenue while going toward Turquoise Drive.



Bedford man arrested on multiple charges after fleeing from officers with stolen vehicle – Indiana

41by Tyler Haughn  – 

BEDFORD, Ind. — A Bedford man is in jail and facing multiple charges after leading officers on a pursuit Tuesday afternoon.

The incident kicked off when the driver of a 2012 blue Hyundai ignored orders from an Indiana State Police trooper to pull over when traveling northbound on Tunnelton Road in Bedford.

The Lawrence County Sheriff’s Department and additional ISP troopers with the Bloomington District assisted with the subsequent chase.

The suspect, identified as 27-year-old Douglas Holbrook of Bedford, swerved the Hyundai in an attempt to avoid stop sticks at one point during the pursuit. In the same action, Holbrook rammed into a nearby fence and a 2014 white Buick.



Man arrested after leading deputies on chase in Spencer Co. – Indiana –

SPENCER CO., Ind. (WFIE) – A man is in jail after sending Deputies on a high speed chase.

Deputies say they stopped Preston Hayse on County Road 300 South and told him to turn around because the road was closed.

Deputies say he did, but they realized his license plate didn’t match his car.

That’s when officers say Hayse took off.

The chase briefly shut down the Owensboro Blue Bridge.

After stop sticks busted all four of his tires, deputies say Hayse started running on State Road 161.



Update – Semi Truck Driver Arrested After Police Chase Through Ross County – Ohio

100+by Jeremy Newman

Ross County – A semi driver is in custody after not stopping for law enforcement and running across Ross County

According to early reports, the chase started on US-35 when OSP attempted to stop the Western Express driver. When they trooper got behind the semi it didn’t stop but kept going. The chase continued on US-35 and onto US-23 where the semi ran at 60 mph, but continued to run even with several units joining the chase.

Stop sticks were used in North Ross County on US23 and took out some of the semis left side tires. This slowed the semi to around 30 mph. Eventually, the driver came to a stop in the area of Orr road, but still would not listen to commands, a bite dog from Circleville was requested and was used to take the man into custody.




Police nab fugitives near SistersOregon

The Nugget Newspaper –

A Black Butte Ranch police officer deployed spike strips to stop a fugitive’s vehicle, and Deschutes County Sheriff’s Office (DCSO) deputies took two men into custody on Highway 20 west of Sisters last week.

The men arrested were suspects in a shooting incident in Redmond. According to Redmond Police Department (RPD), officers responded to the 1900 block of NW Cedar Ave., at approximately 7:30 a.m. on Monday, June 26, regarding a shooting that had just occurred. Witnesses reported that a black passenger car drove by a residence, stopped, and a person inside the vehicle fired multiple rounds from a firearm at a male resident who was in the driveway. The suspect left the location.

Officers and Redmond Fire and Rescue personnel provided emergency first aid to the victim, 42-year-old Esaui Mutchler, who died of his wounds on Saturday, July 1. RPD shut down the surrounding area and the Major Incident Team (MIT) was activated to assist RPD in investigating the case.




Police charge three after pursuit in BallaratAustralia

Mirage News –

Ballarat Crime Investigation Unit detectives have charged three teenagers following a short pursuit in Ballarat on 3 July.

It’s understood an allegedly stolen green Kia Sportage was seen driving erratically near the Eastern oval in Peel Street just after 9.30am.

Police attended and stop sticks were deployed.

The stolen vehicle drove away, and a short pursuit was initiated.

The offenders drove along the Bridge Mall at a slow rate of speed before crashing into a pole.




WATCH: Deputies deploy spike strips to arrest suspected reckless DUI driverWashington

by Will Wixey –

SPOKANE VALLEY, Wash. — Spokane County Sheriff’s deputies arrested a man they say drove recklessly under the influence, and used air support and spike strips to stop him.

On Friday night, June 30, a deputy observed a pickup truck without rear license plates and lights on Sullivan Road near the I-90 overpass.

The deputy said the driver, later identified as Hayden R. Vox, was speeding 25 mph over the limit and continued to drive while the deputy followed him with his emergency lights and siren on.

The Spokane County Sheriff’s Office said Vox sped up to 90 mph before deputies called off the pursuit.



Chicago Man Sentenced For Fleeing Police in Grundy Co.Illinois

by Will Wixey

A 28-year-old Chicago man was sentenced in a Grundy County court case on June 26th.

Xavier Jackson pled guilty to Aggravated Fleeing and Eluding Police, a class four felony and was sentenced to 30 months of conditional discharge. He was also sentenced to 60 days in the Grundy County Jail.

In late August of 2022, the Grundy County Sheriff’s Office was notified that a stolen vehicle driven by Jackson was travelling eastbound on Interstate 80 around 12:30 in the morning. A deputy observed the suspect vehicle at the 112 mile marker travelling at over 100 mph with the headlights off.


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