Video: 4 Arrested After High-Speed S.C. Pursuit
January 04, 2013
VIDEO: High-Speed Pursuit In S.C.
North Charleston (S.C.) Police officers uncovered more than 100 oxycodone pills and $1,000 in cash after a pickup connected to a counterfeiting investigation led them on a brief high-speed pursuit.
The fleeing truck crashed into a civilian vehicle Saturday during the 1.5-mile chase that reached 100 mph on Ashley Phosphate Road. The ordeal ended when the pickup crashed into a concrete post and was rear-ended by a police cruiser.
Four men in the truck, all of whom have arrest histories, suffered minor injuries. They later were jailed and soon released on personal recognizance.
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Westley @ 1/7/2013 8:18 PM
They should have killed the dummy before he crashed into the truck. That would have been a far better ending.
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