wild rv chase - multiple angles (2005)
VIDEO TAPE RELEASED BY OHIO POLICE SHOWS AN UNUSUAL CHASE INVOLVING A STOLEN RV. THE DRIVER, 25-YEAR OLD TIMOTHY KURTH LED COPS ON A HALF HOUR CHASE PICKING UP SPEED THE WHOLE TIME. SOON AFTER THE CHASE BEGAN, POLICE DEPLOYED STOP STICK OR ROAD SPIKES TO STOP THE HUGE MACHINE. THIS WORKED A LITTLE BIT AS THE RV LOST SEVERAL TIRES, BUT THESE RUNAWAY TIRES NEARLY INJURED POLICE IN PURSUIT. AS THE RV CONTINUED DRIVING ON THE RIMS, FLAMES WERE SHOOTING FROM IT UNTIL THE RV DROVE ONTO A BOAT DOCK AND CRASHED INTO THE MAUMEE BAY!! AMAZING VIDEO!
2 DRUNKS FALL OFF MOTORCYCLE / HILARIOUS! (2005)
TROOPERS STOP IMPAIRED MOTORCYCLIST AND WATCH THE MOTORCYCLIST AND PASSENGER FALL OFF THE MOTORCYCLE AND ONTO THE GROUND.
TRUCK HITS TRUCK DASHCAM 2005
AN OHIO STATE TROOPER'S CAMERA CAUGHT A DEADLY MOMENT ON TAPE. TROOPER STEVEN SHAFER WAS HELPING A TRUCK DRIVER WHO WAS STUCK IN THE SNOW WHEN ANOTHeR TRACTOR TRAILER SKIDDED OUT OF CONTROL CRASHING INTO THE FIRST TRUCK AND THEN THE TROOPER'S CRUISER. THE DRIVER OF THE DISABLED TRUCKW AS KILLED IN THE COLLISION. OFFICIALS SAY THE DRIVER OF THE TRUCK THAT HIT THE DISABLED TRUCK WAS DRIVING TOO FAST FOR SNOWY CONDITIONS AND HE WAS ARRESTED FOR VEHICULAR HOMICIDE.
COP SAVES COMMUTER FROM CRASH (DASHCAM) (2005)
AN OHIO HIGHWAY PATROL TROOPER DODGES A BULLET ON FOUR WHEELS! STATE TROOPER SHAWN ALLAR WAS ON THE SIDE OF THE ROAD DURING A ROUTINE TRAFFIC STOP WHEN THE HEADLIGHTS OF AN OUT OF CONTROL PICKUP TRUCK HEADED TOWARD HIM. THE TROOPER QUICKLY GRABBED THE DRIVER HE HAD PULLED OVER AND RAN OUT OF THE WAY. ON THE FOOTAGE, THE TRUCK DRIVER ADMITTED TO BEING DRUNK.
FOOTBALL PLAYER REUBEN DROUGHNS DUI ARREST 2005
STARTING RUNNING BACK FOR THE CLEVELAND BROWNS IS ARRESTED FOR DUI.
DRUNKY GIVES UP ON TESTS 2005
OHIO STATE TROOPERS STOP AN INTOXICATED DRIVER WHO IS SO BLASTED HE JUST PLAIN GIVES UP ON THE FIELD SOBRIETY TESTS!
DRUNK BACKS UP NEARLY INTO COP 2005
A DRIVER SWERVING ALL OVER THE ROAD IS PULLED OVER BY COPS. WHEN THE OFFICER TRIES TO GET HIM OUT OF THE CAR AND PUT HIS CAR IN PARK, HE HITS REVERSE AND NEARLY SLAMS INTO THE POLICE OFFICER’S CAR!
FISHTAILING TRUCK INTERRUPTS RESCUE (DASHCAM) (2005)
A ONE CAR CRASH ON OHIO ROUTE 7 ALMOST TURNED INTO A BIGGER CRASH. POLICE WERE ON THE ROAD WITH FLARES TO SLOW TRAFFIC WHILE CREWS CLEARED THE SCENE OF A CRASH. THAT'S WHEN A TRACTOR TRAILER ENDED UP FISHTAILING WHEN THE DRIVER TRIED TO SLOW DOWN. THE TRUCK ALMOST SIDESWIPED A POLICE CRUISER ON THE ROAD. A DASHBOARD CAMERA INSIDE THE CRUISER CAUGHT THE WHOLE NEAR MISS ON TAPE. THE VIDEO SHOWS THE FISHTAILING TRUCK AND FIRST RESPONDERS SCRAMBLING TO GET OUT OF THE WAY.
WINTRY CRASH BLOWS HIM OUT!
His reckless driving left him stranded in the middle of a highway. As a reminder to the dangers of driving in dangerous weather, the Ohio State Highway Patrol released a dramatic video featuring a crash last month in Cleveland. After the driver slid into another vehicle he was ejected from the car, and ended up on his hands and knees in the middle of a four-lane highway. The video was taken on the morning of Jan. 12 as a Cleveland police officer merged onto Interstate 90 during a light snowstorm. Suddenly, in the far left of the video, a black 2005 Ford Explorer is seen sliding on the roadway and knocking into a tan 1986 Ford Crown Victoria. Crashes like this one from January serve as reminders to be careful when driving in winter conditions. The driver of the Explorer, Edward Wallace, 26, then knocked into the concrete barrier and his left wheels actually traveled on top of the barrier, the officer wrote in the accident report. The vehicle then swerved into the opposite direction and rode across all four lanes until the vehicle crashed into the other barrier and finally came to a stop, the report stated. But as the vehicle was out of control, Wallace was ejected onto the roadway. The video shows him left sitting on the road as the patrol vehicle slows to a stop. Wallace then stands up and slowly limps to his car as the video ends
FISHTAILING TRUCK INTERRUPTS RESCUE (DASHCAM) (2005)
A ONE CAR CRASH ON OHIO ROUTE 7 ALMOST TURNED INTO A BIGGER CRASH. POLICE WERE ON THE ROAD WITH FLARES TO SLOW TRAFFIC WHILE CREWS CLEARED THE SCENE OF A CRASH. THAT'S WHEN A TRACTOR TRAILER ENDED UP FISHTAILING WHEN THE DRIVER TRIED TO SLOW DOWN. THE TRUCK ALMOST SIDE-SWPIED A POLICE CRUISER ON THE ROAD. A DASHBOARD CAMERA INSIDE THE CRUSIER CAUGHT THE WHOLE NEAR MISS ON TAPE. THE VIDEO SHOWS THE FISHTAILING TRUCK AND FIRST RESPONDERS SCRAMBLING TO GET OUT OF THE WAY.
PLAYBOY PLAYMATE DUI 2007
The former playmate Jennifer Lynn Jackson was booked on DUI charges, some weed found, as well. Following the age-old axiom "beauty is temporary, stupid is forever", the 1989 Playmate Jennifer Lynn Jackson went from the cover of Playboy to the cover of a rap sheet, again. Jackson was arrested over the weekend for driving while intoxicated. While searching the beauty, the cops also found a bag of marijuana. On top of all these charges, she also allegedly stole cigarettes from a local store. Jennifer Lynn Jackson went to court yesterday and was charged with DUI and theft, to which she filed a not guilty plea. A dash cam on the cruiser caught Jennifer Lynn Jackson taking the sobriety test, and almost getting hit by the oncoming traffic, after an unsuccessful attempt to prove her innocence to the trouper. In 2005 the former Playboy Playmate was arrested on suspicion of receiving stolen property resulting from a burglary investigation.
BRAVEST’S DRUNK SKIDS INTO FINEST 2011
The motorcycle rider whose motorbike slid into an oncoming Greene County Sheriff’s vehicle in the 700 block of Shepard Road is a Dayton Firefighter. The biker, identified as Eric Jones, refused medical treatment at the scene. Sugarcreek Township police told WHIO-TV that Jones was arrested for operating a vehicle while under the influence and failure to control. Greene County Sheriff’s Sgt. Charlie Barrett said the accident at 7:38 p.m., Monday. Sheriff deputies said Jones failed to negotiate a curve in the road. They believe Jones deliberately laid the bike down to avoid striking the sheriff’s vehicle head-on. The cruiser had some slight damage to the front-end and the motorbike was removed by a tow truck. “It could have been worse,” Barrett said. The cruiser’s video camera captured the crash. The video shows Jones coming around a curve on Shephard Road, the bike crosses the yellow line, and then he loses control. “It was obvious that the operator was out of control,” Lt. Charley Stepp said, “He laid the bike down and it traveled into the lane and hit the deputy’s vehicle front and center.” Deputy Donna Dempsey was looking for an address when he cruiser was struck. She was only going 35 mph in a 55 mph zone, deputies said. Medics were called and treated Jones for scrapes to his legs and arms. Investigators said Jones’ shorts and flip flops offered him little protection. “The more clothing you have on, the better off you’re going to be when something like this happens,” Stepp said. Jones has been a Dayton firefighters since 2005. He is not in jail and could face additional charges.
Mrs. mayor's caught driving drunk 2005
the wife of columbus, ohio's mayor has entered guilty please to two charges that resulted from her recent drunk driving arrest. frankie coleman failed a roadside breathalyzer test that read .271 nearly three times the legal limit. coleman was found by police after she struck a parked pickup truck on the side of the road.
1-71 shooting / suspect wants to be shot (2005)
A DRAMATIC LOOK INSIDE THE CHASE, AND SUBSEQUENT SHOOTING OF A SUSPECT ALONG I-71 IN OHIO HAS BEEN REVEALED WITH A DASHCAM OF THE WHOLE INCIDENT FROM SEVERAL ANGLES AND POLICE CARS. A HIGH SPEED CHASE REACHING CLOSE TO 100 MILES PER HOUR BURNS OUT THE SUSPECT'S CAR. BUT THAT DOESN'T STOP HIM FROM CAUSING TROUBLE. AFTER BEING SURROUNDED BY SEVERAL POLICE CARS AND OFFICERS WITH WEAPONS DRAWN, THE SUSPECT FINALLY GETS OUT OF HIS CAR WITH A SCREWDRIVER IN HIS HAND. POLICE YELL REPEATEDLY TO DROP THE SCREWDRIVER AND LAY ON THE GROUND. THE MAN REFUSES AND EVEN ENDURED SEVERAL TASER BOLTS, BUT DIDN'T WANT TO COMPLY. LIKE THE ENRAGED HULK OR SOMETHING HE PULLS THE TASER PRONGS OUT OF HIM AND ISN'T PHASED AT ALL. EVENTUALLY THE MAN YELLS AT POLICE TELLING THEM TO "SHOOT ME". FINALLY, THE POLICE GRANT HIS WISHES WHEN HE CHARGES AT ONE OF THE OFFICERS WITH A SCREWDRIVER. ONE OFFICER IS WOUNDED IN THE SHOOTING DUE TO RICOCHET BULLETS. THE SUSPECT SURVIVED AND WAS SHOT IN THE TORSO.
TAPED TASERING MAY END COP'S CAREER 2006
POLICE ARREST A WOMAN FOR RUNNING A RED LIGHT AND THEN FAILING FIELD SOBRIETY TESTS. BUT THINGS TURNED UGLY ONCE THEY GOT BACK TO THE STATION. THE OFFICER IN THE BOOKING ROOM CLAIMS HE SUFFERED AN INJURY TO HIS FACE WHILE THE WOMAN CLAIMS SHE WAS TASERED FROM BEHIND. POLICE OFFICIALS SAY THE WOMAN WAS BEING VERY EMOTIONAL AND CRYING, BUT NOT BELIGERENT. conus HAS BOTH THE DASHCAM OF THE INCIDENTS AND THE BOOKING ROOM FOOTAGE. more info: The Chronicle-Telegram (Elyria, OH) > >SHEFFIELD - A Sheffield police officer being investigated for >discharging his police-issued Taser stun gun on a woman already in >custody has served one suspension, was facing another and has been >involved in three accidents with his police car during the two years >he's been on the village force. > >Officer Edward Long, who is on paid leave as a result of the incident >Monday morning, was facing a five-day suspension for crushing the side >of his police cruiser while entering the Police Department's garage >earlier this month, according to his personnel file. It was the third >accident of Long's career, and Mayor Darlene Ondercin wrote a letter >included in the file recommending Long be terminated immediately if >another accident occurred. > >Long, who was sworn in as a full-time officer in February 2005, also >served a three-day suspension in October 2005 after driving his cruiser >across a field and through a ditch without headlights at night to get >to a suspicious vehicle call at a car dealership. The cruiser stalled >out and wouldn't restart as a result of the severe damage it suffered >from the trip, Ondercin said. >The suspicious vehicle that initiated the trip turned out to be a >dealership vehicle in which someone had left on the interior light, >according to the file. > >Long's file also contained two written reprimands. The first was for >failing to put his police car in park while conducting a traffic stop, >causing his cruiser to strike the back of the violator's vehicle, while >the second was for failing to search a suspect before returning to the >police station. In the second incident, the suspect had $1,200 on him, >but he just as easily could have had a gun, Ondercin said. > >Ondercin is expected to decide Monday whether to level any punishment >against Long for the incident Monday. He is accused of using his Taser >on an allegedly intoxicated Kristina Fretter, 32, of Sheffield Lake, in >the booking room of the police station off of Colorado Avenue, Chief >Mike Gurich said. The incident was witnessed by another officer and a >dispatcher, who were in the booking room at the time. The room also is >equipped with a security camera, Gurich said. > >Gurich was to turn in the findings of his investigation into the >incident to the mayor Friday, along with a recommendation for >punishment. Village laws require the mayor to approve any discipline >more severe than a three-day suspension. "I expect he'll recommend more >than that," Ondercin said Friday. > >Gurich said it's not typical for an officer to be placed on leave while >being investigated, but he felt it was appropriate in this instance. >"There were some questions that he could have handled things in a >different way," Gurich said, declining to go into specifics. "There >were some factors involved that I was not comfortable with." > >Fretter was charged with DUI, driving under a DUI suspension, assault, >consumption in a motor vehicle, driving in continuous lane of traffic, >disobedience of traffic control devices and two counts of obstructing >official business, according to a police report.
MAN GETS ROUGHED UP BY WINDOW - 2005
Officers respond to a domestic dispute in Twinsburg, Ohio. A woman made the complaint, saying her ex-boyfriend in the white Camaro was making threats. He tries to tell his side of the story. The officer's response? A field sobriety test in the driveway next door. The results get the suspect handcuffed and put in the back seat of a patrol car. And the show begins. The suspect comes up with a brilliant plan to beat this in court... police brutality. Which might work as long as the judge never sees this video. In spite of his self-inflicted head injuries, he figures he's still in good enough shape to fight. There's no doubt it's an open and shut case. The officer stops the car. But it doesn't do much good. The suspect has made up his mind. He's being horribly brutalized. But his case never goes to court because the ex-girlfriend decided not to press charges.
SUV TIGHT SPACE CHASE (2005)
A MAN STOLE AN SUV AT ABOUT 3:20 A.M. ABOUT 15 MINUTES LATER, UPPER ARLINGTON POLICE OFFICERS SPOTTED THE VEHILCE AND POLICE TRIED TO PULL IT OVER. COLUMBUS POLICE SAID THAT THE SUV WAS WANTED OUT OF A CARJACKING. POLICE THREW STOP STICKS ALONG THE ROAD, WHICH RESULTED IN THE SUV LOSING THE REST OF ITS TIRES. DASH CAM VIDEO SHOWS THE SUSPECT WAS TRAPPED INSIDE THE SUV. HE THEN WAS ARRESTED AND TRANSPORTED TO THE OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER AFTER COMPLAINING OF ASTHMA.
K - 9 UNIT NABS DRUGS IN TRUCK / CHASE 2005
ROUTINE TRAFFIC STOP TURNS INTO A HIGH SPEED CHASE WHEN OFFICERS BRING IN A K-9 UNIT TO WALK AROUND A PULLED OVER SUV AND DETECTS ILLEGAL SUBSTANCES. GOOD EXAMPLE OF HOW A DOG UNIT WORKS WHEN A SUSPECT DOESN'T WANT HIS VEHICLE SEARCHED THE TRADITIONAL WAY BY THE OFFICERS THEMSELVES.
POLICE RAM SUSPECT (4 ANGLES) (2005)
SUSPECT STEALS A SUV AT 3:20 IN THE MORNING. ABOUT 15 MINUTES LATER, UPPER ARLINGTON POLICE OFFICERS SPOTTED THE VEHICLE ALONG HENDERSON ROAD, WHEN POLICE TRIED TO PULL IT OVER. POLICE SAID THAT THE SUV WAS WANTED OUT OF A RECENT CARJACKING. POLICE THEN THREW STOP STICKS ALONG RIVERSIDE DRIVE WHICH RESULTED IN THE SUV LOSING THE REST OF ITS TIRES. VIDEO TAKEN FROM INSIDE A POLICE CRUISER SHOWED THE SUSPECT TRAPPED. HE THEN WAS ARRESTED AND TRANSPORTED TO A LOCAL MEDICAL CENTER AFTER COMPLAINING OF ASTHMA.
BEER IN HAND FOOT CHASE 2005
DUI DRIVER GETS INTO A CHASE WITH STATE TROOPERS AND WHEN HE FINALLY COMES TO A STOP IN THE MIDDLE OF A FIELD...HE EXITS THE CAR WITH HIS BEER CAN IN HAND...CLASSIC! MANSFIELD POST: CAR-JACKING SUSPECT FLEES TROOPERS, PURSUIT ENSUES AND TROOPERS DEPLOY TASER ON JULY 26, 2005: LT. MICHAEL VINSON AND SGT. GOCKSTETTER LOCATED A SUSPECT THAT HAD ATTEMPTED TO CAR-JACK SEVERAL VEHICLES IN THE CITY OF MANSFIELD. DURING ONE ATTEMPT TO STEAL A FEMALES VEHICLE THE SUSPECT WAS STRUCK BY THE VEHICLE AND WENT THROUGH THE WINDSHIELD. THE SUSPECT STOLE HER VAN AND A PURSUIT ENSUED.
CHASE AND COCKTAILS IN A FIELD 2005
DUI DRIVER GETS INTO A CHASE WITH STATE TROOPERS AND WHEN HE FINALLY COMES TO A STOP IN THE MIDDLE OF A FIELD...HE EXITS THE CAR WITH HIS BEER CAN IN HAND...CLASSIC! MANSFIELD POST: CAR-JACKING SUSPECT FLEES TROOPERS, PURSUIT ENSUES AND TROOPERS DEPLOY TASER ON JULY 26, 2005: LT. MICHAEL VINSON AND SGT. GOCKSTETTER LOCATED A SUSPECT THAT HAD ATTEMPTED TO CAR-JACK SEVERAL VEHICLES IN THE CITY OF MANSFIELD. DURING ONE ATTEMPT TO STEAL A FEMALES VEHICLE THE SUSPECT WAS STRUCK BY THE VEHICLE AND WENT THROUGH THE WINDSHIELD. THE SUSPECT STOLE HER VAN AND A PURSUIT ENSUED.
STRAIGHT TRUCK STRIKES FEMALE TROOPER 2005
An Ohio State Highway Patrol trooper pulled over a driver along Interstate 71 near Mansfield. After the trooper walked back to her cruiser, a tractor-trailer sideswiped the two parked vehicles and then overturned. Neither the trooper nor the driver of the car was injured.
OHIO PURSUIT AND CRUISER CRASH 2005
GOOD VIDEO CAUGHT ON TAPE IN OHIO. HIGH SPEED CHASE HAS SUSPECTS ON THE RUN IN A RED SPORTS CAR AND DESPITE THEIR EFFORTS, THE POLICE OUTWIT AND OUT-MANEUVER THE SUSPECTS. COLUMBUS, Ohio -- The Ohio State Highway Patrol on Tuesday released video taken from a trooper's cruiser of what took place between the trooper and a suspected drunken driver. The first crash occurred shortly after 9:30 p.m. Friday along state Route 315, NBC 4's Mike Bowersock reported. The trooper noticed a driver of a sedan swerving all over the road. Within seconds, the car fishtailed and then kept going, Bowersock reported. "That's when the trooper was alerted to the fact he needed to try and stop this particular individual," said Sgt. Rick Zwayer of the Ohio State Highway Patrol. The driver then fishtailed again before the trooper attempted to box the driver in, Bowersock reported. Video taken from inside the cruiser showed the driver ramming the trooper's cruiser several times. The passenger inside the vehicle was seen throwing his hands in the air. The driver then got out of the vehicle and attempted to run away. The trooper stopped him by using a Taser gun, Bowersock reported. The driver was charged with assault, fleeing and eluding, and driving under the influence. He did not have an operator's license and was driving under suspension, Bowersock reported.
JUDGE GETS A DUI (2005)
AN OHIO STATE SUPREME COURT JUSTICE WAS PULLED OVER AND CHARGED WITH DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE AFTER SEVERAL MOTORISTS CALLED TO REPORT AN ERRATIC DRIVER ON AN INTERSTATE. A STRONG ODOR OF ALCOHOL WAS DETECTED ON JUSTICE ALICE ROBIE RESNICK, AND POLICE BELIEVE ALCOHOL WAS THE REASON FOR THE ERRATIC DRIVING. RESNICK, 65, OF TOLEDO, WAS ARRESTED NEAR BOWLING GREEN. SHE WAS DRIVING A GOLD JEEP CHEROKEE, WHICH IS A STATE-ISSUED VEHICLE. SHE FAILED FIELD SOBRIETY TESTS AND REFUSED TO TAKE A BLOOD-ALCOHOL CONTENT TEST. SHE ALSO WAS CHARGED WITH DRIVING OUTSIDE MARKED LINES. AN UNOFFICIAL PORTABLE TEST WAS GIVEN AND RESNICK TESTED AT MORE THAN TWICE THE LEGAL LIMIT. "WHAT ARE YOU GOING TO DO, TAKE ME TO JAIL," RESNICK ASKED AT ONE POINT DURING THE STOP. THE HIGHWAY PATROL STARTED FOLLOWING THE JUDGE AFTER A NUMBER OF DRIVERS CALLED 911, BURTON REPORTED. THE TWO TROOPERS WHO PULLED RESNICK OVER CALLED FOR A SUPERVISOR. INSTEAD OF WAITING INSIDE HER CAR, RESNICK CONFRONTED THE TWO TROOPERS. "THIS IS RIDICULOUS" RESNICK IS HEARD SAYING ON THE IN-CRUISER CAMERA. "THERE'S NOTHING WRONG WITH ME." RESNICK CONVERSED WITH THE TROOPERS OFTEN DURING THE STOP. RESNICK'S DRIVER'S LICENSE WAS SUSPENDED FOR A YEAR FOR REFUSING THE BREATH TEST, ALTHOUGH A JUDGE CAN REVISE THE SUSPENSION TO A SHORTER PERIOD OR UP TO THREE YEARS. RESNICK, A JUSTICE SINCE 1989, IS THE COURT'S ONLY DEMOCRAT. RESNICK, WHO PREVIOUSLY SERVED AS AN ASSISTANT COUNTY PROSECUTOR, A MUNICIPAL JUDGE AND A STATE APPEALS COURT JUDGE, HAS VOTED IN A HANDFUL OF DRUNKEN DRIVING CASES WITH THE SUPREME COURT. IN 1996 FOR EXAMPLE, SHE WROTE THE MAJORITY OPINION IN A CASE THAT SAID POLICE DO NOT HAVE TO TELL PEOPLE SUSPECTED OF DRUNKEN DRIVING THAT THEY HAVE THE RIGHT TO A SECOND, INDEPENDENT BLOOD ALCOHOL TEST. BUSINESS GROUPS ARE SAID TO DISLIKE RESNICK BECAUSE OF VOTES SHE CAST THAT WENT AGAINST THE INSURANCE INDUSTRY AND COMPANIES TRYING TO LIMIT PERSONAL INJURY LAWSUITS.