CHASE ENDS AT TRUCK STOP
OFFICERS TRIED TO STOP A DRIVER FOR A TRAFFIC VIOLATION BUT DRIVER TOOK OFF ABOUT 40 MPH AND AS POLICE WERE BEHIND IN THE CHASE THEY WATCHED AS THE DRIVER APPROACHED AN INTERSECTION AND NEARLY DISAPPEARED AFTER SLAMMING INTO THE BACK HALF OF A TRACTOR TRAILER; OFFICERS WERE ABLE TO GET THE BACK DOOR OPEN AND PULL THE 21 YEAR OLD MAN FROM THE CRUSHED CAR; OFFICERS FOUND TWO SMALL BAGS OF CRACK COCAINE IN THE MANGLED CAR; THE YOUNG MAN WAS TAKEN TO A HOSPITAL - RELEASED AND THEN TO JAIL;
PURSUIT INTO FLATBED 2002
A CHASE OF A CAR THAT CRASHES INTO A FLATBEAD TRUCK.
HE LEARNED CRUISER'S NO CONFESSIONAL
OOPS. SUSPECT PULLED OVER FOR SPEEDING GIVES A FALSE NAME AND FALSE SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER TO OFFICER. HE ALSO TOLD THE COP HE WAS SPEEDING TO THE HOSPITAL BECAUSE HE GIRLFRIEND WAS HAVING A BABY! THE OFFICER SUSPECTED SOMETHING WAS UP AND HAD THE MAN SIT IN THE BACK OF HIS SQUAD CAR WHILE HE SEARCHED THE MAN'S VEHICLE. IT WAS IN THE BACK OF THE CAR THAT THE SUSPECT OFFICIALLY BECAME A DUMB CRIMINAL. SUSPECT ROZELLE R. WOODSON USED HIS CELL PHONE TO CALL HIS GIRLFRIEND (WHO WASN'T GIVING BIRTH IT TURNS OUT) AND TELLS HER HIS PLIGHT SAYING, "BABY, BABY....THE & %%*( POLICE PULLED ME AND GEORGIE OVER....I GOT A GUN ON ME MAN AND & %$*( DRUGS ON ME MAN!" UNKNOWN TO HIM, THE ENTIRE CONVERSATION WAS BEING RECORDED BY THE CAR'S DASHCAM. SUSPECT EVENTUALLY FOUND GUILTY OF COCAINE TRAFFICKING, COCAINE POSSESSION AND BEING A FELON WITH A GUN. HE GOT 17-YEARS IN PRISON!
TRAFFIC CHASE TURNS INTO T-BONE
POLICE TRACK DOWN A CAR MANY DRIVERS HAD CALLED IN ABOUT SAYING HE WAS SPEEDING AND WEAVING HIS WAY THROUGH TRAFFIC. WHEN THE LIGHTS AND SIRENS FO ON THE RED PONTIAC REFUSES TO PULL OVER AND A HIGH SPEED CHASE IS ON! SUSPECT JASON ROMINE WAS DRUNK AND HAD AN OUTSTANDING WARRANT. HOWEVER, HE WAS CLEAR HEADED ENOUGH TO TRY AND AVOID SOME ONCOMING STOP STICKS THAT THE POLICE LAID DOWN. EXCEPT TO GET AWAY FROM THEM HE HAD TO SPEED UP AND FLY INTO AN INTERSECTION WHERE HE WAS T-BONED BY A PICKUP TRUCK. BOTH THE SUSPECT AND DRIVER OF THE PICKUP TRUCK WERE TREATED AND RELEASED FROM A HOSPITAL.
LITTLE PICKUP CHASE (2006)
SMALL STOLEN PICKUP IS LOCATED ON THE ROAD AND WHEN OFFICER CATCHES UP WITH IT, A HIGH SPEED CHASE IS ON! TRUCK EVENTUALLY SPINS OUT AND THE COPS GET THEIR MAN!
PULL OVER, ITS NOT WORTH IT! - 2007
POLICE REPORTS STATED THAT THREE BLACK MALES ENTERED A STORE WHILE ONE REMAINED IN THE CAR PARKED OUTSIDE. ONE OF THE MALES BOUND UP A WORKER. THE THREE MEN TOOK ALL THE CASH FROM THE TILL INCLUDING CHANGE. THE MEN THEN WENT TO THE SAFE AND EMPTIED IT INCLUDING A REVOLVER. AFTER THE MEN LEFT THE WORKER WENT TO HER OFFICE AND REALIZED THE ROBBERS HAD TAKEN THE SURVEILLANCE TAPE AS WELL. OFFICERS RESPONDED TO A 911 CALL OF THE ROBBERY AND A CHASE WITH THE SUSPECTS ENSUED, THE CHASE ENDED IN A FATAL CRASH.
WILD 100 MPH CHASE ON RIMS 2007
A Georgia Police Department released dramatic video of a >high-speed police chase that ended in a crash that killed one suspect. >The video is from the dashboard camera of a patrol car that was chasing >four armed robbery suspects through Cherokee and Cobb counties. > >It all started on the afternoon of November 13, in the city of Canton. >Four armed suspects robbed a check cashing store of over $25,000 in >cash. An observant Canton Police officer picked up the chase as the >fleeing suspect vehicle jumped on I-575 southbound. > >Holly Springs Police Sergeant William Rownd picked up the chase at >Sixes Road off-ramp, as the suspect vehicle went airborne through the >intersection and back onto I-575 southbound. > >For the next 19 miles, he would follow behind the car traveling at >speeds that reached well over 100 miles per hour. The car weaved in and >out of traffic, and onto the shoulders and medians. > >Twice, Cherokee County Sheriff's deputies tried to deploy stop sticks >to flatten the suspects tires. > >"In order to avoid the stop sticks, the suspect's gonna go in the >median and almost go into oncoming traffic and lose control," said Rownd. > >Miraculously, no one was hit -- but the chase picked up again. The >driver had no intentions of voluntarily stopping, despite the plea's >from Rownd on his loudspeaker every time he got close. > >In the end, the stop sticks did poke a hole in one of the tires -- and >that would eventually cause the suspect to lose control. It was >approaching the exit ramp to Lower Marietta Parkway on I-75 in the >thick of rush hour traffic. > >Weaving back and forth, the suspect crossed four lanes of traffic to >try to get on the exit, but he couldn't handle the maneuver and spun >out, rolling over. > >As seen on the video, one of the suspects was tossed from the car, then >jumped up and ran away. That suspect was caught along with another who >tried to run. > >A third suspect was thrown from the car during the wreck and killed. A >fourth had to be cut out of the wreckage and is paralyzed from the neck >down. The money was recovered along with two guns used in the robbery, >and a video surveillance tape the suspects took from the check cashing >store. > > > >Police Chase Video Released > >At speeds of over 100 mph, police officers chased some armed robbery >suspects down Interstate 75 Wednesday afternoon. > >The crash ended with a deadly crash in Marietta near the 120 South Loop. > >The dashboard camera of one of the Canton Police officers involved in >the pursuit showed some very tense moments along the path of the chase, >from Canton to Marietta. > >It started moments after a check cashing store in Canton was robbed. A >police officer spotted a car going more than twice the speed limit on a >crowded city street. The officer began pursuit, not knowing the people >inside the car were involved in an armed robbery. > >A few minutes into the chase, the armed robbery was reported, so the >need to stop the car became more imperative. The car weaved through >traffic on I-575, passing other vehicles in both lanes of the road. The >chase then went onto I-75, crossing six lanes of traffic. > >Deputies were able to blow out the driver's tires with stop sticks, but >he kept going on rims -- at over 100 mph! Then the driver flipped the >car at South Marietta Parkway. > >"It could have been so much worse, and it wasn't," said Canton Police >Cpl. Stacy Bailey. "We're very fortunate that we got him off the road, >so there were no citizens hurt." > >The driver was injured in his neck, leaving him paralyzed from the neck >down -- he remains hospitalized. One of the passengers was ejected from >the car when it rolled, and sadly died at the scene. > >Four others remain in jail, charged in connection with the incident -- >two who were passengers in the car, and two others arrested as >accomplices. > > >High-Speed Police Chase in Canton Caught on Tape > >CANTON, Ga. - The Canton Police Department released videotape from a >deadly high-speed chase that ended in Cobb County. The video shows the >suspects driving over 100 miles per hour, before the car crashes. > >Police said the four men were suspects in the robbery of a check >cashing business when they were spotted by a Holly Springs police officer. > >"He sees this vehicle driving at a high rate of speed and erratically, >and you'll see him do a U-turn and he'll get behind the vehicle," said >Corporal Stacy Bailey of the Canton Police Department. > >Investigators said the officer tried to pull the suspects over, but >they sped off. > >A dashboard camera captured the chase and it showed the suspects >weaving in and out of traffic at speeds in excess of 100 miles per hour. > >Sheriff's deputies joined in the chase and they used a device to >flatten the car's tires, but the suspects kept driving. > >Police said the suspects were trying to exit the interstate when they >lost control of the car. Dashboard footage showed the car swerving >suddenly to the right and then there was a cloud of dust kicked up as >the car overturned. > >"They eventually lose control of the vehicle because they're going 120 >miles per hour and they have flat tires," said Corporal Bailey. > >One of the four people in the car was ejected and killed. Another >person was trapped in the wreckage and had to be rescued. > > > > >Driver from I-75 chase charged with vehicular homicide > > >The driver of a Chevrolet Impala that crashed Tuesday on I-75 following >a high-speed chase has been charged with reckless driving and vehicular >homicide. > >Driver Drayco Mattison, 26, of Lima, South Carolina, was paralyzed from >the neck down after the crash, according to Canton police. > >One of Mattison's passengers, Dorian Lamont Taylor, 23, was killed in >the chase that started in Canton and ended minutes later in Marietta. > >Mattison, Taylor and two other men allegedly robbed Galaxy Check >Cashers, at 2530 Marietta Highway, about 2 p.m. > >Canton Police Sgt. Ray Pugh saw the Chevy speeding on Marietta Highway >and followed it. The driver refused to stop. Instead he got onto >southbound I-575 and later I-75 with police cars from Canton, Holly >Springs and the Cherokee Sheriff's Office following the suspect. Speeds reached up to 110 mph and stop sticks were dropped on the >highway. The Chevy went for several miles on flat tires until Mattison >lost control and crashed on South Marietta Parkway. > >The vehicle overturned and Taylor was ejected. He was pronounced dead >at the scene. Mattison was trapped inside. Two other men, Jermy Womack >and Robert Gaston, ran from the scene, but were caught. > >Two women, Rhoda Gaston and Aisha Graham, who were travelling in >another vehicle stopped at the crash site and were taken in for questioning. >They were later arrested. Police believe the women were acting as >lookouts. > >Police charged Womack, 21,, of Jonesboro, with false imprisonment and >armed robbery; Gaston, 18, and Gaston, 41,, both of Riverdale were >charged with armed robbery. Graham, 19, of Hampton was also charged >with armed robbery. > > > >Chase Ends In Crash On I-75; Suspect Dead >MARIETTA, Ga. -- A police chase ended Tuesday afternoon with a rollover >crash on I-75 in Cobb County. Officials said at least one suspect is >dead. > >The chase started after four men robbed a check cashing business in >Canton, police said. > >Units from the Holly Springs Police Department, the Canton Police >Department and the Cherokee County Sheriff's Office took part in the >chase. > >It ended when the suspects crashed on the Interstate near the 120 Loop >South. > >"They deployed stop sticks, the suspects did hit those sticks and I've >been advised that their tires were going flat on the interstate and >that's probably what caused them to lose control in addition to speed. >My understanding is they were traveling over 100 miles per hour," said >Sgt. Jay Barker with the Cherokee County Sheriff's Office. > >Deputies said the driver was ejected from the car and died on the scene. >Another passenger was trapped inside for almost an hour before >firefighters could get him out and transport him to Grady Memorial >Hospital. One other suspect was injured and taken to Kennestone. A >fourth suspect was uninjured and attempted to flee but was quickly >caught and arrested. > >Officials said the crash caused traffic to back up for miles.
PIT RAMMING CHASE (2006)
A GEORGIA SHERIFF'S DEPUTY WAS ABLE TO STOP TWO SUSPECT BANK ROBBERS, ENDING A DANGEROUS HIGH SPEED CHASE. AS THE CAR WEAVED IN AND OUT OF TRAFFIC, AND OVER CURBS AT HIGH SPEEDS, THE DEPUTY MADE AN EDUCATED GUESS ON WHEN AND WHERE TO RAM THE SUSPECTS. HE SAYS HE SAW AN OPPORTUNITY AS THE CAR TURNED RIGHT ON THE RAMP TO THE HIGHWAY. AFTER A PIT MANEUVER WAS PERFORMED, BOTH 19-YEAR-OLD SUSPECTS WERE ARRESTED -- ONE FEMALE, ONE MALE.
IMPROPER LANE CHANGE CHASE! 2006
OFFICER TRYING TO MAKE ROUTINE TRAFFIC STOP AFTER A VEHICLE MAKES AN IMPROPER LANE CHANGE. HOWEVER IT'S NOT THAT SIMPLE ONCE THE SUSPECT DECIDES TO LEAD COPS ON A HIGH SPEED CHASE BECAUSE HE WAS DRIVING WITHOUT A LICENSE AND HAD OTHER OUTSTANDING WARRANTS!
KISSING COP IN HOT WATER 2009
Janine D. England, a part-time Perry Township police officer, was fired by township trustees Tuesday night during a special meeting, according to the Canton Repository. Trustees reportedly had earlier refused to accept England's resignation. England, 30, was caught on a police cruiser camera kissing and caressing former Police Chief Tim Escola during a June 2 trip to pick up a burglary suspect from the Cincinnati area. Escola abruptly retired last week.
DUMP TRUCK ON THE LOOSE! (5 ANGLES) (2006)
GUY ON METH AND PRESCRIPTION DRUGS DECIDES IT MIGHT BE FUN TO STEAL A DUMP TRUCK AND THEN LEAD COPS ON A HIGH SPEED CHASE! YOU CAN IMAGINE THE DAMAGE HE MIGHT DO.