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CHP's Pursuit of Defiant Motorcyclist


CHP officers took a motorcycle scofflaw into custody Wednesday, after he rode into a construction site. Read the full story here.

June 06, 2013
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Tags: California Highway Patrol, Vehicle Pursuits


Comments (6)

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Gregg @ 6/6/2013 5:19 PM

Way to go Ponch and John. LOL, sorry guys, had to say it. GREAT work, another one for the good guys...

19S1 Ret. @ 6/6/2013 8:54 PM

Good job, troops! Followed pursuit policy to the letter!

Bob@Az. @ 6/8/2013 4:31 PM

It should be required viewing of the training the CHP Motors go through before you get your bike license, so you'll know not to do something stupid. Like try and out ride them. Ain't gonna happen. Blues, Stay Safe.

Jim A @ 6/9/2013 11:35 PM

I am sure some idiot out there (not a cop) will point out that the first CHP Officer kicked this guy in the butt. It was a well-placed kick to the but to get him to go prone for cuffing - just like the news commentator said it was. Absolutely justified.

And very nice job, you two. You made us all proud!

Nichole @ 6/10/2013 3:20 AM

I agree with Bob for once, you can't and shouldn't try to out-ride the idiots on the bikes. Eventually, they'll make a mistake and then all you have to do is catch up.

Steve @ 6/25/2013 7:25 AM

Should have had a dual sport pal , 3 hots and a cot for the off road'er fail lol

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