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Texas Officer's Body Camera Captures Wild Vehicle Chase and Arrest


For nearly an hour-and-a-half, an alleged drunk driver led Trinity, Texas, police officers and Trinity County Sheriff's deputies on a 100+ mph chase in rural East Texas that was caught on an officer's body camera. More Here.

May 11, 2015
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FD @ 5/11/2015 3:54 PM

1. Where do you get your training at? The Micky Mouse Club?
2. Shut your damn sirens off at termination! Basic police training.
3. How about learning PIT?
4. Do you know how to block a vehicle in after you get it stopped? Go back to the academy and learn how if they didn't teach you the first time.
5. This was a red neck cluster, an embarrassment for L.E.

mike @ 5/12/2015 4:02 AM

Who taught these cops pursuit driving? Looked like a clown show.

LT @ 5/13/2015 10:41 AM

Well they do PIT him eventually. Maybe they let it go just for fun or they have one of those silly policies that allows them to chase but not do anything assertive to end the chase. I always get a chuckle when an officer yells "Pull over" on the PA, as if that is all that's needed. The 5 police cars with lights and siren don't work- maybe yelling Pull Over will do the trick! All I know is, it's a durn good thing they had that big fat ol' Bubba in the cowboy hat smokin' the ceegar to show up at the end and supervise.

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