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Video: High-Speed Chase In S.C.

February 16, 2012  | 

VIDEO: High-Speed Chase In S.C.

The South Carolina Law Enforcement Division is investigating an arrest captured on a deputy's dash-cam following a high-speed pursuit in Charleston County, reports The Post and Courier.

Charleston County Sheriff's deputies punched driver Timothy McManus following the Jan. 30 pursuit in which vehicles reached speeds of 120 mph and deputies attempted to shoot out the tires of McManus' black pickup truck.

During the confrontation, deputies pulled McManus out of the truck and began punching him. He suffers about five blows from closed fists as he goes to the ground. A police dog participates in the apprehension and can be seen biting McManus.

Tags: Vehicle Pursuits, K-9 Units, Charleston County (S.C.) Sheriff


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karl @ 2/18/2012 3:37 PM

After almost killing the pursuing ofcrs and the public you just can't turn off you emotions. If you notice the susp. was still fighting with all the ofcrs even once he had been removed from his vehicle. As far as video shows the suspect might have been punching the ofcr while he was attempting to remove the susp. from his vehicle.

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