PREGNANT SPEEDER NOW EXPECTING TROUBLE 2010
Stephanie Tarzia, 20, of Industry, Pa., is facing a list of charges after police said she dragged a Shippingport officer while he held onto her car. The police dashcam captured the crime on tape. It shows Sgt. Robert Davis pulling Tarzia over for an outstanding warrant. When he tells her to get out the car and she's being arrested, the video shows her shutting the door, and driving off with Davis still holding on. Davis then got back into his cruiser and followed Tarzia as police said she hit speeds of 60 to 70 miles per hour and put plenty of people in peril. Police said Tarzia passed through a construction zone on the Shippingport Bridge so fast workers had to dive for cover. The chase lasted about three minutes. Davis, who is four months pregnant, has been arraigned on a number of charges including fleeing from police and aggravated assault. Davis was not seriously hurt.
Suspect drives off when police try to arrest her
/ dashcam of policeman telling woman to get out of the car and that she's being arrested / woman tries to shut car door and then drives off with officer still trying to hold on / officer runs back to police car to chase her down. Suspect drives off when police try to arrest her on March 18, 2010 in Shippingport, Pennsylvania (Footage by Getty Images)
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DIRT ROAD FLIPS THE CHASE 2010
NO OFFICIAL INFO KNOWN. GREAT RURAL DIRT ROAD CHASE THAT ENDS IN AMAZING FLIP IN THE AIR OF THE BAD GUY’S CAR!!
Dog attacks police cars
/ police dashcam video of dog attacking police car / police seem amused, another dog barking but never attacks the car. Dog attacks police cars on March 14, 2010 in Chattanooga, Tennessee (Footage by Getty Images)
SERIAL THIEF’S JOYRIDES ARE OVER 2010
Dash cam video from a Jonesboro Police cruiser shows a high speed chase earlier this week. Behind the wheel of the truck--police say is Timothy Davis. Investigators say he's responsible for a number of vehicle thefts dating back to the first of December. Police say he veered off into a field, left the vehicle, and fled on foot. Police say he jumped out of the truck and avoided capture. Fast forward a few days to Thursday, when police say Timothy Davis' luck ran out. "We learned of a location he was possibly going to be in Harrisburg. We were able to take him into custody with the help of the Poinsett County Sheriff's Department and Harrisburg Police," said Jason Simpkins. Police say Davis is in the Craighead County Jail facing a lengthy list of charges including felony fleeing in a vehicle, arson, and theft of a motor vehicle over 25 hundred dollars. "Some of the vehicles being recovered are wrecked, or burned, others have just been found abandoned," said Simpkins. Simpkins says the vehicles stolen had the keys inside. He says they were stolen from neighborhoods and business lots across the city. "We don't have a motive for the thefts, they were just taken and driven around," said Simpkins. Simpkins says this investigation is ongoing and police expect other arrests to be made.
70K IN DRUG MONEY TRAFFIC STOP 2010
NO INFO KNOWN. A TRAFFIC STOP LEADS TO COPS SEARCHING THE CAR AND FINDING $70,000 IN MONEY PACKED UP INSIDE.
TEEN’S 911 JOYRIDE 2010
Atlanta police say the person responsible for the July 7th theft of a Grady Hospital ambulance is now in police custody. On Saturday, July 24th, 18-year old Frank Howard turned himself in to Atlanta police. Howard was charged with theft by taking and booked into the Fulton County Jail. Police say Howard took the ambulance for a joyride and later crashed it in a ditch at 400 Thomasville Blvd. The ambulance was answering an emergency call to an address on Newtown Circle in southeast Atlanta. When the paramedics came out of the home, their ambulance was gone. They had left the engine running.
HE MAKES A BETTER DOOR THAN A WINDOW CHASE 2010
YOU JUST CAN’T MAKE THIS ONE UP. WATCH AS COPS ARE SEARCHING THE NEIGHBORHOOD FOR A BAD GUY AND THEN SUDDENLY FIND HIM WHEN HE BURSTS OUT OF A GARAGE AND KEEPS THE GIANT GARAGE DOOR STUCK TO THE HOOD. IT’S A SLOW SPEED CHASE GONE WRONG AS COPS ARE IN HOT PURSUIT OF THE MOTOR HOME WITH THE GARAGE DOOR STUCK TO IT!!
ALBANY COP NEARLY HIT 2010
POLICE HAVE RELEASED VIDEO SHOWING AN ALBANY POLICE OFFICER FATALLY SHOOTING A 37-YEAR OLD DRIVER WHO HAD RAMMED THE OFFICER WITH HIS CAR.
MRS. MAYOR FLUNKS THE BIG ONE 2010
Tavares police said they found the mayor's wife passed out in her car in a hospital parking lot. Police said Sharon Wolfe, wife of Mayor Robert Wolfe, was driving drunk when she hit a speed limit sign on Orange Avenue before passing out in the parking lot Sunday night. Wolfe had difficulty walking a line during her field sobriety test, so she was arrested, police said. Officers said they found Kahlua, Bailey's Irish Cream and prescription drugs in her car during a search. According to the arrest affidavit, Wolfe told the officers she had used Adderal and Ambien and was using the Kahlua to flavor her coffee. Wolfe was taken to jail and charged with driving under the influence and leaving the scene of an accident. She has since bonded out.
DUMPING A ROLLING TRUCK 2010
Police have released dashcam video of a man jumping from a moving dump truck after a police chase. The suspect, 34-year-old Malcolm Schoonover, was recently indicted by a Jefferson County grand jury. Police said Schoonover led them on a chase in the stolen dump truck back in November. The chase spanned from Wintersville past Toronto with the driver going several miles the wrong way. Police said Schoonover jumped from the truck while it was still moving and they arrested him on state Route 7. Schoonover is facing charges, including fleeing and felony theft. Wintersville Police Chief Ed Laman said, "Several times, the officer tried to pass the truck and the truck was swerving across the road, attempting to knock him off the road. So, it did get pretty hairy especially when they got to the 4th Street exit in Toronto." Laman said the truck was a year old when it was stolen.
SHORT QUICK PIT MOVE ENDS CHASE 2010
GOOD SHORT HIGH SPEED CHASE THAT ENDS WHEN THE POLICE OFFICE CHASING THE BLUE SEDAN MAKES A NICE PIT MANEUVER AND SPINS THE BAD GUYS INTO A DITCH!
BAD GUY BAILS ON CAR CHASE AND TODDLERS! 2010
NO INFO KNOWN. COPS ARE IN HOT PURSUIT OF A CROWN VIC. THE DRIVER BAILS IN A FIELD WHILE THE CAR IS STILL SLOWLY ROLLING AND WE SOON LEARN THERE WERE TWO SMALL CHILDREN IN THE BACKSEAT DURING IT ALL!! TRAGIC!
FOAMING AT THE BUMPER 2010
They say a dog is man's best friend. But that obviously doesn't always extend to a human's car. A Tennessee dog is headed to obedience school, as punishment for attacking two city police cruisers. Dashboard camera video shows Winston, a mixed-breed pooch from Chattanooga, ripping the front bumper off one car, and chewing two tires. Winston's owners said the pup had never caused any trouble before, and that something in particular must have set him off. But police gave them a citation for having a "potentially-dangerous dog." On Thursday, a Hamilton County judge released Winston back into the care of his owners, and ordered them to take Winston to obedience and "good canine citizen" classes. Winston will also have to wear a tag declaring that he is "potentially dangerous."
WALMART ROBBERS CHASE 2010
Prosecutors charged a married couple with a long list of offenses after a high speed chase Tuesday. Police say the couple was trying to steal from Wal-Mart. Suspects: Tamara Remington & Richard Remington Suspects from Pleasant Hill.
OFF ROADING WITH THE COPS CHASE 2010
NO OFFICIAL INFO KNOWN. COPS ARE IN HOT PURSUIT OF SILVER CAR, BEFORE THEY CAN BUMP THE GUY INTO THE DITCH, THERE’S SOME GOOD OFF ROADING MOMENTS DURING THE CHASE UP A HILL AND IN SOME MUD!
SHOCKING FLYING TIRE KILLS WOMAN 2010
YOU HAVE TO SEE THIS TO BELIEVE IT! A FAMILY MINIVAN IS PULLED OVER TO THE SIDE OF THE ROAD TO FIX A FLAT. OFFICER HAS HIS DASHCAM ROLLING AS HE PULLS OVER TO ASSIST THE FAMILY. OUT OF NOWHERE A FREE FLYING CAR TIRE COMES SHOOTING TOWARDS FAMILY AND HITS MOTHER WHO IS SITTING ON THE GUARDRAIL. TIRE BOUNCES OFF OF HER AND OUT OF SIGHT. IT HAPPENS SO FAST AND FURIOUS THAT NO ONE EVEN KNOWS THE MOTHER WAS HIT! UNBELIEVABLE VIDEO.
DOUBLE DRUNKS A NEAR TRAGEDY 2010
Kansas City police have released the dramatic dashcam video of an overnight crash involving an officer who was making a routine traffic stop of a suspected drunken driver. Police said the two officers pulled over the suspected drunken driver at about 3:45 a.m. near 83rd Street and Troost Avenue. The video shows that while the officers were dealing with the first driver, another suspected drunken driver swerved into the first driver's car and forced the vehicle forward and into the officer's leg. The 24-year-old rookie officer received minor injuries and was taken to an area hospital as a precaution. Police said the suspected drunken driver who collided with the first vehicle was a woman who came all the way over into the grass on the right side of the road, clipped the police cruiser and then smashed into the vehicle of the first suspected drunken driver. The woman's vehicle sustained major damage, but police said the woman was not injured. Police arrested both drivers for alleged drunken driving.
PASSENGER IS THE REAL THREAT 2010
NO INFO KNOWN. DURING ROUTINE TRAFFIC STOP, THE PASSENGER SLYLY SLIPS INTO THE DRIVER’S SEAT WHEN THE COPS ARE BUSY INTERROGATING THE FEMALE DRIVER AND TAKES OFF!! SHORT HIGH SPEED CHASE FOLLOWS, COPS COLLECT MATERIAL THROWN OUT WINDOW DURING CHASE AND ALSO SEARCH THE VEHICLE AND FIND LOTS OF POT.
THREE PITS FINALLY ENDS CHASE 2010
COPS IN GEORGIA ARE IN HOT PURSUIT OF A COUPLE OF BAD GUYS IN A SEDAN. THEY CRAFTY CHASEES WON’T GO DOWN WITH THE USUAL ONE PIT MANEUVER, IT TAKES THREE TRIES TO FINALLY SPIN THEM OUT OF CONTROL ENOUGH TO SURROUND THEM AND MAKE THE ARRESTS.
CRUNCH TIME FOR COP CAR 2010
Lancaster County Sheriff's deputies are practiced in the fine art of patience. That's clear on a video showing an SUV backing into a deputy's cruiser during a traffic stop on -- of course -- April Fools Day. Sheriff Terry Wagner said Deputy Ryan Schmuecker pulled over a 2007 BMW GL320 for speeding about 5:30 a.m. Thursday north of Bennett on Nebraska 43. In footage from the cruiser's dash-mounted camera, the Beemer begins to back up as Schmuecker walks toward it. "Whoa, hey, hey, stop, stop, stop, stop, stop!" he says. Then, the sound of a crunch, and the deputy just sort of slumps. He stands on the road for a full 12 seconds, then says calmly: "Need to see your license, registration and insurance, sir." "The deputy's reaction is priceless," Wagner said in an e-mail. "I'm sure the deputy is thinking about all of the paperwork required when a government vehicle is involved in a crash." After Schmuecker collects the information, he says, "You want to pull your vehicle up so it's not on top of mine anymore, please?" And amazingly, the SUV's reverse lights pop on again. "Stop!" Schmuecker shouts. "What's the problem, sir?" The driver replies he tried to put the BMW into park but it didn't go. It doesn't appear to have happened on purpose, Wagner said, and there was no alcohol involved. It was just one of those days. The driver was cited for careless driving. The cruiser, a 2009 Ford Crown Victoria, suffered $400 damage, according to the accident report.
MAJOR COP RAGE 2010 (3x Rammer a Ding Dog)
A SUSPECTED DRUNK DRIVER TAKES MEASURES INTO HIS OWN HANDS TO ESCAPE THE CLUTCHES OF THE LAW. IN A SHOCKING DASHCAM VIDEO, THE SUSPECT INTENTIONALLY RAMS AN OFFICER’S PATROL CAR THREE TIMES! BEHIND THE WHEEL FOR THE MCKINLEY COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICER WAS DEPUTY MONTY YAZZIE. SUSPECT NAME IS NORMAN ARCHUNDE.
BARBIES VERSUS THE COPS 2010
A group of teenage girls led police on a high-speed chase through the streets of Santa Fe Friday night, running red lights, speeding through parking lots and construction zones and it was all caught on camera. Santa Fe Police Captain Gerald Rivera said a Santa Fe mother called police Friday evening and reported her daughter, 14, missing. Then she told police her SUV was also gone. An officer spotted the vehicle at a McDonalds on St. Francis Drive. Police said when the officer tried to pull the teen over she sped off. "She tried to stop her and she just took off from her," Captain Gerald Rivera said. Police said the teen blew through several intersections and a Kmart parking lot before more officers were called out. Nearly a handful of officers were hot on her tail. Still, police said the teen cut through traffic nearly missing cars in her way and almost plowed into another SUV as she ran a red light. As rush hour traffic began to back up, police said the teenager drove into the turning lane and picked up speed. "Airport road gets real busy," Rivera said. State Police and Santa Fe County Sheriff's Deputies were called out half way through the chase to block major intersections. That increased the number of officers to 15. More than half way through the chase the teen girl headed north on Highway 599. An officer tried cutting her off, but instead of stopping she crossed the median of the highway and led the chase into on-coming traffic. Luckily, police had blocked off traffic before she made this move. The teen sped right through that block and dodged another road block minutes later by cutting through a construction site. Police said the third spike strip laid out finally slowed her down after one her tires was punctured. Police said the teen lost control in the last turn. Police then quickly blocked her with their cruisers before she could get away. The driver, 14, and her passengers, 17 and 15 were all arrested. The young, unlicensed driver was charged with aggravated fleeing from an officer, aggravated assault, reckless driving, driving without a driver's license and leaving the scene of an accident.