Articles Tagged with high-speed chase

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A man with a two-year-old in his vehicle reportedly hit double digits when leading the police on a high-speed chase before he ditched his car and took off on foot with the toddler.

Just after midnight on June 14, a 21-year-old man from Lawrenceville, Georgia, was driving a BMW down Interstate 85 with a toddler passenger. Officers from the Gwinnett Police Department were working at a security checkpoint watching for reckless drivers and people driving under the influence when they spotted the BMW. They reported that the driver was traveling over 100 MPH, and when they tried to perform a traffic stop, he did not pull over.

The driver reportedly increased his speed and eventually turned off his headlights in an alleged attempt to dodge the pursuing police. An aviation unit was sent to assist, and they were able to find the vehicle. The man soon pulled over and reportedly decided to continue his attempt to slip away from the authorities. When he got out of the car, he was seen carrying something as he ran away.

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An underage driver suspected of driving under the influence with at least five passengers in the vehicle was arrested after reportedly leading the police on a high-speed chase.

Just after midnight on January 3, a juvenile was driving a vehicle in Hamilton County with four or five passengers who were believed to be underage.

A deputy with the Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office spotted the car and attempted to perform a traffic stop, but the driver of the vehicle allegedly ignored him and sped away. According to reports, the car was driven well over the posted speed limit, reaching speeds up to 90 MPH.

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When a woman allegedly stole a vehicle and led the police on a high-speed chase, she was detained when she stopped at a McDonald’s drive-thru for an order of chicken nuggets.

On July 6, a Chevy Silverado with the keys in the engine marked with “Raymond James Restoration” was reportedly stolen from a job site in Worcester, Massachusetts.

The owner of the company called the authorities and told them that the vehicle was equipped with a GPS tracking device.

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A scantily clad Florida woman reportedly stole a car and forced the police to chase her through several counties while driving over 100 MPH.

On the morning of May 15, the Gilchrist County Sheriff’s Office was notified about the alleged car theft of a 2009 Cadillac Sedan.

The Sheriff’s Office alerted the Florida Highway Patrol about the situation, and troopers joined the deputies that were already searching for the allegedly stolen vehicle.

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