EXPIRED DRIVERS LICENSE 33 YEARS AGO (2002)
A MAN IS PULLED OVER WITH A LICENSE THAT EXPIRED 33 YEARS AGO AND HE IS LEGALLY BLIND. THIS IS HYSTERICAL.
Car pursued by police runs over suspect woman
/ dashcam video pursuit of a suspect running away from the cops in a stolen car / driver bails out of the car and flees while the car is still rolling / passenger tries to do the same and the car runs right over her. Car pursued by police runs over suspect woman on May 08, 2002 in Cincinnatti, Ohio (Footage by Getty Images)
High speed chase ends in bank building crash
/ nighttime dashcam from police car, high speed chase / car being chased suddenly takes a hard left and flies into the air and crashes through bank building. High speed chase ends in bank building crash on August 18, 2002 in Columbus, Ohio (Footage by Getty Images)
Driver Escapes on Foot (2008)
The city police department is reviewing a dashboard video of a 20-minute, high-speed chase Saturday night to determine whether the pursuit should have been allowed to continue. The chase followed a traffic stop in Niles in which the driver, identified by police as Harley Tibbs, 28, of South Street, Niles, was pulled over for speeding on U.S. Route 422. But when the Niles police officer approached the 2002 Chevrolet Blazer, Tibbs took off, turned right on state Route 46 and then left on Mines Road, authorities said. By this time, the Niles police officer had been advised by his supervisor to end the pursuit. Officers at that point had information on the owner of the car. The officer followed behind at a distance without lights and siren in order to advise where the vehicle was headed, according to Niles police. A few minutes later, at about 8:30 p.m., the vehicle headed into Warren, where Patrolmen David Weber and John Marks Jr. spotted it on South Street near state Route 169. After traveling a few blocks on South Street, the officers saw fellow officer Detective Sgt. Michael Merritt pulling onto South Street ahead of Tibbs’ vehicle and contacted him to help stop the vehicle. Merritt stopped his police investigations van at a green light at the intersection with Pine Street near the Warren police station, while Weber stopped his cruiser along the left side of the SUV. As Merritt and Marks got out of their vehicles to apprehend Tibbs, Tibbs drove forward, hitting the rear of the police van and driving over the sidewalk to escape into the police department parking lot, Warren police said. The vehicle proceeded north on Park Avenue with Weber in pursuit but Marks no longer in the vehicle. By about that point, Warren police had identified the driver. Twenty minutes later, after a high-speed pursuit that followed Champion Avenue, State Road, Templeton Road, U.S. Route 422, Leavitt Road and several other — mostly rural — roads, Tibbs crashed the SUV at the intersection of Braceville Robinson and Eagle Creek roads in Braceville Township, police said. Capt. Tim Bowers of the Warren police said he had begun to review the videotape and other information on the chase to determine whether officers made the right choice to pursue Tibbs. Weber’s vehicle, which was equipped with a “push bumper,” also crashed into the rear of the SUV, causing a small amount of damage to the cruiser. No injuries were reported, though the Niles policeman reported that he narrowly escaped having his foot run over. Weber gave a brief foot chase for Tibbs but Tibbs was not found. The female passenger in the vehicle, the registered owner of the vehicle, was still inside at the time and told officers she didn’t know why Tibbs fled. Tibbs was arrested Sunday and arraigned in the municipal courts in Niles and Warren on charges including felonious assault, failure to comply, fleeing and eluding, and driving under suspension. He remains in Trumbull County Jail in lieu of bonds totaling $225,000.
PURSUIT INTO FLATBED 2002
A CHASE OF A CAR THAT CRASHES INTO A FLATBEAD TRUCK.
Car crashes into State Troopers
/ two Ohio state troopers investigate accident / driver plows across three lanes into the back of police car / passersby stop to help police officers. Car crashes into State Troopers on March 28, 2002 in Ohio (Footage by Getty Images)
OFFICERS RAMMED ON SIDE OF ROAD (2002)
Amazing footage caught on tape caught on tape dashcam surveillance of officers on side of road being struck by an oncoming car on highway! Very clear dramatic footage! BOTH OFFICERS ARE SEVERELY INJURED.
WOMAN IS FALL DOWN DRUNK! (2002)
WOMAN WITH A .23 ALCOHOL LEVEL IS ARRESTED ON DASHCAM. NAMED LAURA LARAWAY. IT'S HARD TO BELIEVE THIS PERSON WAS DRIVING!
Ohio Trooper Crash (2002)
Two Ohio state troopers were investigating an accident when a driver plows across three lanes into the back of Trooper Charles Barley's vehicle. Amazingly, neither trooper was seriously injured
OFFICER HIT IN SHOULDER LANE (2002)
OHIO TROOPERS PATROL CAR DASHCAM CAPTURES THE IMPACT OF A CRASH ON THE INTERSTATE WHICH INVOLVED 2 TROOPERS. ONE WAS ON-FOOT APPROACHING ANOTHER TROOPERS CRUISER WHEN A VEHICLE STRUCK BOTH CRUISERS. THE PATROL VIDEO DRAMATICALLY DEPICTS WHY MOTORISTS NEED TO MOVE OVER OR SLOW DOWN WHEN APPROACHING AN EMERGENCY VEHICLE, EVERYONE INVOLVED ONLY SUSTAINED MINOR INJURIES, BUT HOPEFULLY THESE IMAGES WILL WAKE-UP DRIVERS TO THE DANGERS THE TROOPERS FACE EVERYDAY. THE "MOVE OVER OR SLOW DOWN LAW" IS AN OHIO STATE LAW THAT REQUIRES MOTORIST TO MOVE OVER OR SLOW DOWN FOR STOPPED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND PUBLIC SAFETY VEHICLES. MOTORISTS MUST SAFELY CHANGE LANES AWAY FROM THE PUBLIC SAFETY VEHICLE IF TRAVELING ON MULTI-LANE HIGHWAYS. IF MOTORISTS CAN'T CHANGE LANES SAFELY, OR ARE ON A TWO LANE HIGHWAY, THE MUST SLOW DOWN AND PROCEED WITH CAUTION.
DROPS HIS PANTS DUI (2002)
Man tries to explain injury to officers during DUI stop and drops his pants to show scars... He is immediately detained for the drunk tank.
Ohio Spike Strip Pursuit - PART A (FIRST ANGLE)
Ashland County Pursuit of Dodge Intrepid 2 Angles Suspect: Montrell Mpagi Date: April 25, 2002 12050 Springdale Lake Cincinnati, OHIO 45246 A Cincinnati man stole a car from Miami university of Ohio. He led police on a 36-mile chase ...hitting speeds above 100-miles per Hour. High speed and high drama on the northbound lane of i-71. Police finally got the reckless driver to pull over in Medina county.. The Chase went on for miles.. And started in ashland county. The man from Cincinnati faces auto theft. Charges, and maybe charges of reckless operation and felony flight.
Gas Explosion Update (2002)
CREWS CLEAN UP AFTER MASSIVE EXPLOSION AND FIRE IN OHIO RESULTS IN SEVERAL HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS IN DAMAGE.
OHIO STATE TROOPER ARRESTS DRUNK WOMAN 2002
OHIO STATE TROOPER PULLS CAR OVER LATE AT NIGHT ON 9-19-2002. Administers the "follow the pen with your eyes" sobriety test and woman fails miserable. good file or b-roll of highway patrol giving drunk driving tests on highway.
Snow Roll Pursuit 2002
The son of a high-ranking Lake County deputy sheriff was seriously injured after leading Willoughby Hills police on a chase that ended in Ashtabula County. Robert Crosier, 32, was taken by helicopter to Hillcrest Hospital in Mayfield Heights after the car he was driving rolled over in the median of Interstate 90 near Ohio 534 in Harpersfield Township. Crosier's father is Chief Deputy William Crosier. The chase began on I-90 near Ohio 91 after Willoughby Hills police received a call shortly before 9 a.m. about two men taking mail out of mailboxes on Chardon Road. According to a statement from Willoughby Hills police, a police officer had stopped the car and was walking toward it when the driver sped off, nearly hitting the officer. During the chase, the driver swerved his car at a Willoughby Hills police car waiting to join the pursuit near Ohio 306, the statement said. The chase continued into Ashtabula County at speeds between 80 and 100 mph. A State Highway Patrol trooper was waiting near Ohio 534 to stop the fleeing vehicle with a "stop stick" - a flexible, metal strip with spikes that deflates a car's tires. Lt. James Sivak of the Saybrook post of the Highway Patrol said Crosier swerved around the stop stick and then lost control of the car, which flipped three times in the median. The eastbound lanes of I-90 were closed for 40 minutes. A Hillcrest Hospital spokeswoman would not release information about Crosier's condition yesterday at his family's request. A passenger in his car, Thomas L. Barnes, 23, of Cleveland, was treated at Hillcrest.
Pepper & beans Pursuit 2002
Who: David Stanco What: Former cop who is now a security guard was dumped by his girlfriend and was acting suicidal. There is a stand-off and pursuit...He is eventually taken down with Bean Bags & pepper spray. When: 11-30-2002 Where: Euclid Ave - Wickliffe, OH