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.
Read the full Post and Courier story.
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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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