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Stolen Van Pursuit In South L.A.


The driver of a stolen van was captured by news crews driving on the wrong side of the road, blowing stop signs, and colliding with police cars during a high-speed pursuit in South Los Angeles. Read the full story here.

May 01, 2013
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Richard D. Stover @ 5/3/2013 7:20 AM

I sincerely hope that no officers were hurt by the idiot driving the stolen van. Unfortunately too many of LAPD"s vehicles end up in the "bone yard" costing many thousands of $$$$$ to the taxpayers, and at times, limiting available cars to response to life threating situations.I wish that I was not retired and was able to continue working on the service and repair of LAPD"s fleet. I also wish the best to all those hard working officers I've had the privilage to know at Central, Northeast , and Foothill.

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