10/23/2023 Stop Stick News: 42 Pursuit Stories from Across the Country – Police Change Pursuit Policies, Home Invasions, Shoplifters and more.
October 23, 2023
By: Zach Madden
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‘He just kept driving on the rims’: More trouble for Gordonsville man after tire-less police chase – Virginia
Adam Ryan Martin, 38, was arrested on Sept. 29 and charged with two offenses in Albemarle County, obstructing justice and assaulting an officer, in addition to three drug offenses and one eluding charge from Augusta County, where the chase began.
“It started in Augusta and ended in Albemarle,” Lt. Leslie Schneider of the Augusta County Sheriff’s Office told The Daily Progress. “They put out the spike strips, and his tires deflated, and he just kept driving on the rims.”
Martin’s latest trouble began in the early morning hours of Sept. 29 on the Shenandoah Valley side of Afton Mountain. An Augusta County sheriff’s deputy on routine patrol around U.S. 250 reportedly spotted a black Infiniti that had been the subject of multiple pursuits by several law enforcement agencies including Virginia State Police, according to the Augusta County Sheriff’s Office.
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Prosecutors said it started when Wauwatosa police stopped a car on 94th Street near Burleigh. A criminal complaint said the car had “multiple legal infractions,” and an officer asked the driver, identified as 26-year-old Robert Jobe, to get out of the car because he had an open felony warrant.
Dashcam video captured an officer opening the car door as Jobe pulled away – dragging the officer roughly 20 feet before he could disengage.
MONROE, Mich. — A driver led Monroe County, Mich., sheriff’s deputies on a chase along I-75 before surrendering Saturday.
According to a report from the sheriff’s office, the incident began Saturday when a deputy noticed a tan Mercury Sable drive across the center line of Sterns Road near South Dixie Highway in Erie Township.
After discovering the vehicle was improperly registered, the deputy attempted to stop the driver on Summit Street near the I-75 entrance ramp, according to the report.
The deputy was familiar with the driver, a 30-year-old Monroe man whom the sheriff’s office did not name, because the man has had previous contacts with police, according to the report. The deputy believed the man was wanted on several felony warrants and had a history of fleeing from officers.
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Officials say Coconino County County Deputies began the pursuit on Highway 87 at about 2 p.m. for criminal speed.
The deputies stopped their pursuit around milepost 271, in the area of Strawberry.
Officials say the Department of Public Safety attempted to stop the vehicle with stop sticks, but when that didn’t stop the vehicle, troopers told Payson police that the vehicle was going to go into the town.
With the vehicle reportedly driving 100 miles per hour, police say all of the southbound lanes at major intersections were held open in an attempt to avoid a crash.
The vehicle ultimately drove into oncoming traffic while in Payson and crashed into a car before hitting a power pole and fire hydrant.
A man from Ft.| Pierce was taken into custody Tuesday after initiating a high-speed pursuit in Sebastian, reaching speeds nearing 100 mph.
Deputies received alerts about a potentially dangerous driver piloting a white Toyota Tacoma on U.S. Highway 1, who was reportedly exceeding speeds of 100 mph.
Upon spotting the truck, notably swerving between lanes, the chase began as the vehicle turned westward onto CR-510. The driver discarded an unidentified object from the window and accelerated to 80 mph. Despite the deputies’ efforts to stop the truck using their lights and sirens, the driver disregarded public safety, as stated in official documents.
Close to 90th Avenue, another deputy awaited him, effectively blocking all southward traffic near Sebastian River High School. Even after authorities utilized stop sticks, the Tacoma driver maintained a speed of over 80 mph.
In an email, a state police spokesperson said Greenwich police reached out to Troop G around noon and said they were in pursuit of a Ford Transit van wanted in connection to a robbery in New York.
New York State Police were also trying to stop the vehicle as the pursuit crossed into Connecticut from New York, according to state police.
Using traffic cameras, officers found the van on I-95 North in Darien, where traffic was extremely heavy due to an unrelated traffic incident, state police said. Troopers tried to stop the van as it continued on the highway near Exit 10 by deploying stop-sticks, which deflated two of the van’s tires.
According to an additional arrest summary provided by state police, the vehicle got off the highway at Exit 11 and eventually crashed at the end of Ridgewood Road in Norwalk, after which the driver and a passenger fled on foot. They were later caught by police.
Florida man smashes head through car window, flops ‘out like a dolphin’ in wild police chase – Florida
Wild bodycam footage shows Tyler Fayconsolo, 24, flinging himself through the passenger side window after smashing through the glass with nothing but his skull.
“That is one way to use your head,” the Marion County Sheriff’s Office said in a statement accompanying the bizarre car and foot chase.
Fayconsolo immediately bolted and continued to flee on foot, but did not make it far before a K9 forced him to submit to officers.
He was taken to a hospital where he allegedly admitted that he was “high as f–k.”
Police had been hunting down Fayconsolo for several miles since catching him driving erratically upon leaving a gas station in Ocala, a city roughly 80 miles northwest of Orlando.
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY — A suspect wanted out of Jupiter for stabbing a doctor was jailed Wednesday after leading deputies on a high-speed chase along northbound Interstate 95.| Dashboard camera video from sheriff’s vehicles, along with
A car chase from Lebanon to Sweet Home ended Saturday night, Oct. 14, with a Bend man facing several charges, according to Oregon state police. Troopers said Anthony Tallon, 49, hit a vehicle on Denny School road in Lebanon, causing serious injury. Tallon allegedly tried to escape Lebanon police in his black Ford Escape. Linn County deputies threw down spike strips and took out Tallon’s front tires, but Tallon managed to start heading east on Highway 20 driving 60 miles per hour on his rims, according to OSP.
State police then tried boxing Tallon in with their patrol cars twice, they said. On the second try, Tallon allegedly rammed a patrol car and the chase ended. He was booked into Linn County jail on charges including assault, DUII, and reckless driving.
WILLIAMSON COUNTY, Ill. (WJPF) – A man has been arrested after stealing a vehicle in Shawneetown and leading police on a high speed chase that ended near Marion.
The Williamson County Sheriff’s says they were notified around 5:00 p.m. Thursday that the stolen auto was headed their way. Deputies deployed stop sticks near the intersection of Route 13 and Stilley’s Mill Road. The stop sticks blew out both driver’s side tires, but that didn’t stop the chase. The driver continued heading west on Route 13, eventually crashing into a squad car near the intersection of Routes 13 and 166.
The driver, Jonathan Terrell, was arrested on a number of charges including felony DUI, possession of a stolen vehicle, and aggravated fleeing and eluding. More charges are expected to be filed.
NASHVILLE, Tenn.| (WSMV) – A man wanted on 14 active warrants was arrested after a pursuit with law enforcement across multiple counties, according to the Sumner County Sheriff’s Office.
In the early morning hours of Thursday, SCSO was advised that the Metro Nashville Police Department was involved in a vehicle pursuit.
The driver, Johntrez London, was wanted for a slew of warrants, including one for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, SCSO said.
MNPD advised that the suspect was approaching Sumner Co. on I-65 and eventually exited I-65 onto Highway 31 traveling through Millersville and White House. This information allowed SCSO deputies to set up and deploy spike strips, disabling the suspect vehicle.
COOS BAY, Ore.| – A police pursuit ended Wednesday afternoon with the arrest of a Coos Bay man who faces multiple charges, according to authorities.
The Coos Bay Police Department said that an officer attempted to pull over an older Chevrolet pickup truck at about 1:10 p.m. on October 18 on Highway 101 near Ivy Street. Police determined that the driver, identified as Christopher Page, 34, of Coos Bay, was wanted on two active felony warrants, CBPD officials said. Police said that Page sped away from the officer and sideswiped another vehicle while traveling northbound on Highway 101. Multiple agencies responded to the pursuit, with spike strips deployed twice to disable Page’s vehicle, authorities said. Police said the pursuit ended after Page crashed into the yard of a North Bend residence. While there was minor property damage reported, no one was injured in the crash, CBPD officials said.
Police said after they obtained a search warrant on Page’s vehicle, they found a gun and ammunition inside of it. Page was arrested and transported to the Coos County Jail, and faces charges on a felony warrant for third-degree assault, unlawful use of a weapon, and fourth-degree assault, police officials said. CBPD said Page also faces charges on a felony state parole board warrant for a parole violation and new charges that include eluding, being a felon in possession of a firearm, failure to perform the duties of a driver, reckless driving, and reckless endangering.
CANTON, New York (WWNY) – A DeKalb Junction man faces assault and other charges after an incident Saturday that left two law enforcement officers injured and police vehicles damaged.|
The Canton Police Department arrested 45-year-old Michael Maurer of 3106 County Route 17 on Thursday.
He’s charged with the following felonies:
- second-degree assault
- first-degree reckless endangerment
- second-degree criminal mischief
- assault with intent to cause physical injury with a weapon
- aggravated assault of a police officer with a deadly weapon
He also faces counts of petit larceny, resisting arrest, and third-degree unlawfully fleeing a police officer in a motor vehicle.
LAREDO, TX.| (KGNS) – A 20-year-old man is arrested after leading DPS on chase down I-35 for several miles.
Leroy Perez is facing charges of evading arrest.
The incident was reported at around noon Thursday when DPS Troopers saw Perez allegedly unloading people out of his vehicle near Highway 83.
DPS Troopers zeroed in on Perez near mile marker 18 on I-35 and a chase ensued
At mile marker 8, a spike strip was used to stop the driver from fleeing.
Ultimately, Perez’s tires gave out at the underpass turnaround on Mann Road and authorities were able to make an arrest.
No injuries were reported.
HARRISBURG, Ill.| (KFVS) – A man is accused of leading Saline and Williamson County deputies on a chase through multiple counties.
Johnathan D. Terrell, was cited for aggravated fleeing and eluding, criminal damage to state-supported property, possession of a stolen vehicle, and felony DUI.
On Thursday, October 19, just after 5 p.m., deputies with the Williamson County Sheriff’s Office were notified that Saline County Sheriff’s Office deputies were in a chase with a stolen vehicle, which was going west on Illinois State Route 13 from Harrisburg.
According to the Williamson County Sheriff’s Office, the suspect vehicle was originally reported stolen in Shawneetown.
Ct police chase ny robbery greenwich – Connecticut
Local and state police chased a stolen van sought in connection with a robbery in New York through multiple municipalities Wednesday before it crashed in Norwalk, according to Connecticut State Police.
Three people were charged with various offenses in Connecticut, a state police public information officer said in an email Thursday morning. The suspects were identified as Thomas Joseph Modla, 39, of West Haven; Michael Cassella, 43, of Hamden; and Jessica Lundy, 36, of Wallingford.
NORTH PLATTE, Neb.| (KNOP) – Five people were taken into custody Tuesday following a pursuit with a stolen vehicle in Keith County.
The Nebraska State Patrol said a trooper spotted a Nissan Versa speeding westbound on Interstate 80 around 12:10 p.m. MT. The trooper also received information that the vehicle had been reported stolen in Iowa.
The vehicle exited I-80 at the Paxton interchange and the trooper attempted a traffic stop. The driver, an 18-year-old male, exited the vehicle appearing to comply with the trooper, until one of the passengers exited the vehicle and entered the driver’s seat. The original driver then entered a passenger seat they drove off westbound on I-80. The trooper initiated a pursuit.
Additional units used stop sticks to bring the car to a stop near mile marker 140, just west of Paxton. All five people inside the car were taken into custody without further incident.
Yesterday (Wednesday, 18 October 2023) the man appeared before the ACT Magistrates Court where he received bail with conditions including that he be subject to a night-time curfew. He was also subject to a good behaviour order following a court appearance in 2022.
Last night, police received a report that a white Toyota Hilux was stolen from the Belconnen bus interchange.
About 12.15 this morning (Thursday, 19 October 2023) police observed the stolen Hilux in Macquarie and attempted to stop it. A pursuit commenced with significant police resources deployed in an effort to apprehend the driver.
Deputies say Steven Thomas Fitzpatrick had been “acting suspicious” when they first saw him in Corbett
PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) – Authorities arrested a man for recklessly driving through several local communities to get away from deputies Tuesday evening, according to the Multnomah County Sheriff’s Office.
Deputies say Steven Thomas Fitzpatrick, 59, had been “acting suspicious” when they arrived to investigate a shooting in the Larch Mountain area east of Corbett around 6 p.m.
When Fitzpatrick refused to speak to a deputy, officials say he got into a Ford Escort and drove recklessly down East Larch Mountain Road heading west. The deputy tried to make a traffic stop, but said Fitzpatrick didn’t pull over.
CHICO, Calif.| – Butte County deputies are searching for a driver of a stolen car who led officers on a pursuit across Butte County early Wednesday morning.
The pursuit started just after 2 a.m. Wednesday when police in Oroville spotted a stolen Toyota Camry.
Butte County deputies joined the pursuit into Chico, where police laid out spike strips on Highway 99.
The car finally stopped on Alder Street near 9th Street
Deputies found the sedan abandoned, and the front doors flung open. The right front tire was flattened.
Jeffrey R. Hoolihan, 60, was indicted on two counts of improperly handling firearms in a motor vehicle, obstructing official business and operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
Hoolihan is out on a $5,000 bond as he awaits his next court appearance.
A caller reported that Hoolihan was “very intoxicated” and “causing a disturbance” at his home in the 1500 block of Stepney.
A police report states Hoolihan got into an argument with his girlfriend and another man as they tried to get him inside his home. They told police they let him sleep once he was inside.
Hoolihan emerged and walked outside toward his pick-up truck as police were interviewing witnesses.
Officers began approaching, believing he was attempting to leave.
On Tuesday, officers in an unmarked car spotted a stolen car in the 300 block of Strander Boulevard.
After a detective in a marked car laid out spike strips to stop the car, the driver rammed one of the patrol cars while attempting to escape.
Shortly after, the 14-year-old driver gave up and was taken into custody.
Tukwila police noted the arrest continues a recent trend of younger children committing crimes in stolen cars throughout the city.
A high-speed chase that started as the result of a reportedly stolen SUV in San Bernardino County ended following a successful spike strip in Montebello.|
The pursuit began around 6:40 p.m. in Rancho Cucamonga near Arrow Route and Baker Avenue, according to the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department. There, deputies attempted to make a stop on a driver in a vehicle that was reported stolen.
The chase spanned several freeways until the driver decided to get on surface streets in Monterey Park. Circling through the area until the driver traveled through East Los Angeles and eventually Montebello, the California Highway Patrol (CHP) was able to deploy spike strips that successfully stopped the driver near the intersection of Garfield Avenue and Via San Clemente.
A car chase from Lebanon to Sweet Home ended Saturday night with a Bend man facing several charges, according to Oregon state police.| Troopers said Anthony Tallon, 49, hit a vehicle on Denny School road in Lebanon, causing serious injury. Tallon allegedly tried to escape Lebanon police in his black Ford Escape. Linn County deputies threw down spike strips and took out Tallon’s front tires, but Tallon managed to start heading east on Highway 20 driving 60 miles per hour on his rims, according to OSP.
State police then tried boxing Tallon in with their patrol cars twice, they said. On the second try, Tallon allegedly rammed a patrol car and the chase ended. He was booked into Linn County jail on charges including assault, DUII, and reckless driving.
FRESNO, Calif.| (FOX26) — A man was taken into custody after a long 100mph high-speed chase through Fresno County Tuesday night.
According to the Fresno Sheriff’s Department, deputies tried to stop a white Lexus on Manning and Bethel Avenue for minor traffic violations at 10:30 p.m.
That’s when the driver took off, so deputies engaged in pursuit.
The driver made his way into Fresno on Highway 99, reaching speeds up to 100 mph.
Corning police taser suspect, chase down another – California
A 40-year-old Corning man reportedly yelling and screaming on the 2100 block of Solano Street was tased when he approached a police officer with a raised fist.|
The Corning Police Department reported Mann Clayton Hunt was wanted on two misdemeanor charges out of Tehama County Superior Court when he was approached by police around 6:32 a.m., Oct. 7 near Marcos Pizza after receiving a report of Hunt’s unruly behavior.
When officers commanded Hunt to calm down, he refused and came at one of the officers with a raised fist, police said.
To prevent any possible injury, an officer tased Hunt, who then was taken into custody without further incident, according to Sgt. David Pryatel.
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Monday morning, law enforcement in Minden, Louisiana, began pursuing a gray Chevy Camero, allegedly stolen from Dallas. The driver evaded the Louisiana authorities but was spotted at about 11:45 a.m. by Gregg County Deputies, according to a release from Smith County Sergeant Larry Christian.
Gregg County authorities pursued the car on I-20 to the Smith County line, where Smith County deputies took over, continuing west on I-20. A deputy constable successfully deployed a spike strip on the suspect vehicle near US 69 North, Christian said, but the suspects kept driving, exiting I-20 at Toll 49.
Officials lost sight of the stolen vehicle, but it was found abandoned on CR 4155, Christian said. A witness said they saw three suspects run from the vehicle into a field to the south, so a perimeter was set up as additional law enforcement arrived.
Bend man, suspect in serious-injury DUII hit-and-run, arrested in Sweet Home after wild police chase – Oregon
SWEET HOME, Ore. (KTVZ) – A 49-year-old Bend man accused of a serious-injury DUII hit-and-run crash led officers from several agencies on a pursuit Saturday afternoon – eventually on bare tire rims, after hitting spike strips — that ended with his arrest after officers were able to box in his car, Oregon State Police said.
OSP said its Albany Patrol Office troopers responded shortly before 4 p.m. to pursue a hit-and-run vehicle whose driver was fleeing Lebanon Police officers.
Troopers said Anthony Michael Tallon’s black Ford Escape hit a vehicle on Denny School Road, causing serious injuries, and he then fled the scene. Tallon was quickly located by Lebanon officers, but refused to stop, prompting the pursuit.
Linn County sheriff’s deputies deployed hollow spike strips that flattened the Escape’s front tires, but he kept heading east on Highway 20, troopers said.
“We finally get to score one for the good guys,” Southwick Police Sgt. Thomas Krutka said about the town’s police working with Connecticut’s Suffield Police Department to apprehend four youths suspected in the most recent vehicle burglaries.
Krutka said the patrolling officer spotted an Infiniti G37 sedan reported stolen out of the Plainfield, Connecticut, at about 1:15 a.m., that was parked in an area on South Longyard neighborhood and near a home with one of its garage doors open.
As the officers drove up, four individuals, later learned to be youths between 14 and 16 years of age, jumped into the sedan and took off, Krutka said.
The officers attempted to stop the sedan, but the driver continued to flee, he said.
At that point, Krutka said the officers radioed ahead and had another officer set up spike strips on South Longyard Road just north of the Connecticut line.
The sedan ran over the spike strip, which slowly deflated the tires on the driver’s side, he said.
However, the sedan continued to flee south, crossing the state line on Warnertown Road until it stopped in the area of North Stone Street, according to a press release from Suffield Police.
Once stepped, four occupants took off in different directions, according to Suffield Police.
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CHEYENNE, Wyo.| (Wyoming News Now) – Saturday, October 14, at approximately 2:13 a.m., Cheyenne Police Officers made a traffic stop on a Chevrolet pickup truck near the 1200 block of Ames Avenue. The truck was traveling through downtown at a high rate of speed and failing to maintain its lane.
The driver, later identified as Evan Kearsley, 35, of Kent, Washington, pulled the vehicle over at the intersection of Ames Avenue and Parsley Boulevard. During the traffic stop, Kearsley was instructed to remove his keys from the ignition, but instead, he put the vehicle into drive and accelerated away from officers.
Officers immediately pursued the vehicle, following south on Parsley Boulevard and then east on West College Drive. Kearsley proceeded to drive recklessly at times crossing into oncoming traffic and running red lights.
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Brian Battick, 21, is set for a Jan. 11 preliminary hearing in Evanston Circuit Court, where he can argue that authorities didn’t have probable cause to arrest him when they chased him into Wyoming from Utah on Interstate 80 earlier this month.
Meanwhile, Battick’s co-defendant Vernon Laws, who is 20 this year, waived his preliminary hearing Friday and is being prosecuted in the felony-level Uinta County District Court.
Two Spike Strips And A Run
It started as a high-speed chase in Utah.
At 10:13 p.m. Oct. 5, Wyoming Highway Patrol Trooper Kyle Coudriet learned from dispatch that Summit County, Utah, authorities had lost sight of a red Dodge Charger on I-80, heading east into Wyoming.
Coudriet sat in the median with his rear-facing radar activated. By 10:38 p.m., a red Dodge Charger hurtled past at 87 mph, according to Coudriet’s evidentiary affidavit filed in the case.
Sun Prairie, Wis.| (WMTV) – A Walmart Supercenter associate in Sun Prairie is suffering from multiple stab wounds after being attacked by a man Monday night, police reported.
Sun Prairie Police Department said just after 10:15 p.m. Monday, the suspect, Miguel Angel Barajas-Ceballos, 22, of Sun Prairie, walked into the Walmart and started attacking the victim, a 36-year-old man.
The victim was stabbed multiple times before Barajas-Ceballos drove away. Sun Prairie Police Dept. Lt. Ryan Cox said most of the victim’s stab wounds were on his back and head.
Police determined the suspect was driving a silver sedan, which was spotted near W. Main Street and O’keeffe Avenue. Officers tried to pull the car over, but it continued driving onto Highway 151, reaching speeds of more than 100 mph. Police continued to chase the vehicle to Madison, where officers requested assistance from neighboring agencies.
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BRENTWOOD, Mo.| (KMOV) – Brentwood city leaders voted Monday to change the city’s police tactical pursuit policy, giving officers more leeway to chase suspects of violent crime.
Police will now have the ability to use spike strips on carjacking suspects, as well as those that flee from police.
The sentiment of Brentwood residents First Alert 4 found was clear: police should chase suspects of crime so they don’t keep committing those same crimes.
“I don’t care if it’s a carjacking, a robbery or a shooting. The more you let them get away with it, the more they do,” said Laurel Ziehl.
“If they want to pursue more aggressively, I don’t have a problem with it,” said Rick Nolls.
Police were called to the 700 block of 6th Avenue West shortly after 8 p.m. Sunday on a report of a hit and run of an unattended vehicle. Officers quickly found the vehicle and attempted a traffic stop but the vehicle fled and there was a chase.
Police used stop sticks to stop the vehicle at the intersection of 32nd Avenue and Veterans Boulevard.
The driver and two passengers fled on foot. The male driver was arrested and transported to juvenile detention on charges of possession of a stolen vehicle and fleeing in a motor vehicle. Additional charges are possible.
The two passengers were not detained.
Deputy Nicholas Weist was struck by a vehicle driven by Daylon K. Richardson, 24, as the deputy put out stop sticks on Rt. 150 at Alpha to stop Richardson’s vehicle. Richardson was fleeing from other Knox County deputies after being seen with a gun at a Galesburg gas station.
During a status hearing on Friday, Judge Norma Kauzlarich said she would allow defense attorney Bruce Carmen to argue that Richardson should have been charged with reckless homicide.
“I’m not going to prohibit you from making that argument in an opening statement,” said the judge.
Henry County State’s Attorney Catherine Runty was also asked to give her opinion.
San Angelo – One man is in custody after a vehicle pursuit Saturday evening in the Southeast side of San Angelo. Forty-year-old Samuel Sutton was taken into custody and is facing multiple felony charges in connection to this incident.
An SAPD patrol officer attempted to conduct a traffic stop on a Dodge Ram pickup after the pickup nearly collided with the officer’s patrol unit near the intersection of State Street and Paint Rock Road. The driver of the pickup failed to stop and led officers on an almost 10-minute vehicle pursuit in the Southeast part of town.
An officer with the SAPD’s Anti-Crime Unit was able to position himself in front of the pursuit and successfully deploy “Stop Sticks” in front of the suspect vehicle. The suspect vehicle drove over the “Stop Sticks” and this resulted in the deflation of the vehicle’s front left tire.
Due to the successful “Stop Stick” deployment, the pursuit safely ended near the intersection of Preusser and Emerick Street. As we reported Sunday, Sutton was taken into custody and was charged with the below offenses:
SUFFIELD — Officers apprehended an underage girl on Sunday after she and four others drove a stolen car into town from Massachusetts and then attempted to run away, police said.
Suffield police said the suspects were driving a vehicle that was reportedly connected with a series of car burglaries in Southwick, Mass.
Youths charged after car theft in Keilor East – Australia
Police Air Wing spotted an allegedly stolen black Holden Cruze wagon driving erratically on High Street, Lalor just before midnight on Monday.
The air wing maintained an aerial platform with the Holden allegedly clocking speeds up to 180 kilometres an hour.
Police followed from a distance and stop sticks were deployed on the Western Ring Road about 1.40am on Tuesday.
The wagon exited onto Keilor Park Drive, Keilor East and came to a stop.
The driver and passenger surrendered to police and were arrested at the scene.
A Lalor boy, 17, and a 16-year-old Mernda boy were charged with several offences including theft of a motor vehicle.
A police chase in Wauwatosa starts, stops and starts all over again before ending in a crash. FOX6 News has obtained the dashcam and bodycam video showing police patience, theft suspects bailing and a K-9 finding a woman now charged.
WAUWATOSA, Wis. – A police chase in Wauwatosa starts, stops and starts all over again before ending in a crash. FOX6 News has obtained the dashcam and bodycam video showing police patience, theft suspects bailing and a K-9 finding a woman now charged.
Police released dash camera video from a chase on Oct. 4. Officials say it all started as a retail theft investigation at the Dick’s Sporting Goods on W. Burleigh Avenue.
A sedan stops in front of an officer trying to pull the driver over.
Minor arrested after police chase in West Fargo – North Dakota
WEST FARGO, N.D.| (Valley News Live) – A minor has been arrested after a police chase in West Fargo.
At around 8:15 p.m. Sunday October 15, West Fargo Police responded to the report of a hit and run of an unattended vehicle in the 700 block of 6th Avenue W.
Police say when they arrived Officers quickly located the suspected vehicle and attempted a traffic stop. The vehicle fled, beginning a police chase. As the chase continued Officers used stop sticks to successfully bring the vehicle to a stop at the intersection of 32nd Avenue and Veterans Boulevard.
Police then say the driver and two passengers exited the vehicle and fled on foot. The driver, a juvenile male, was arrested and transported to juvenile detention on charges of possession of a stolen vehicle and fleeing in a motor vehicle. Additional charges are possible. The suspect has not been identified.
Volusia County, FL — A high-speed police chase that originated in Orange County ended in Volusia County with the arrest of three 17-year-olds. The trio had stolen a vehicle from a 59-year-old woman in an armed carjacking incident, prompting a BOLO (Be On the Lookout) alert from the Orange County Sheriff’s Office.
“Law enforcement technology confirmed the stolen vehicle was in Deltona,” the Orange County Sheriff’s Office stated. Acting on this information, Volusia County deputies set up a position at Epic Theaters, anticipating that the vehicle might try to flee. True to prediction, the car sped off and led authorities on a chase that reached speeds of approximately 113 mph on I-4 eastbound toward Daytona Beach.
In a joint effort involving multiple agencies, the Daytona Beach Police Department successfully deployed a stop stick on Beville Road. Subsequently, Volusia County Deputy Ingram initiated a Precision Immobilization Technique (PIT) maneuver that effectively disabled the fleeing vehicle. “An earlier stop stick hit in Deltona, it turned out, was ineffective,” according to the source.
Officers used stop sticks to end the chase and say that they found two firearms including one that was stolen
Police in North Carolina nabbed a quartet of teens who initiated a high-speed chase in a stolen car and got caught. According to the suspects, they ran from authorities so that they could post about it on TikTok. Officers used stop sticks to end the chase and then found two guns including a stolen one.
All four juveniles ended up in custody after a nine-minute police chase in Monroe, NC. Initially, officers tried to pull the car over on Concord Highway but the driver decided to run. Over the course of the chase, the kids ended up at speeds of 115 mph (185 km/h), police say.
When they didn’t pull over, police put out a spike strip and disabled the vehicle. That vehicle just happened to be a Hyundai. Authorities didn’t say if it was one of the ones involved in the now infamous TikTok Boys Kia/Hyundai theft phenomenon. Regardless of how the teens obtained the vehicle, it clearly wasn’t theirs to begin with.
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