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Colo. Cops Chase DUI Teen's Stolen Cruiser

An 18-year-old Colorado teen is facing multiple charges, after she stole a Clear Creek County Sheriff's SUV and led officers on a pursuit that reached speeds exceeding 100 mph. Read the full story here.

September 27, 2012

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JT @ 9/27/2012 6:53 PM

Erase the teen part. He is an adult. Try him and convict him as one. Thank you.

Bob@Az. @ 9/27/2012 7:05 PM

Oh poor baby! Bet her parents must be proud. Only 18 and already two counts towards hard time. You start to wonder how dumb some of these kids are. Look out for the bottom feeding lawyers who will say the cops should have just let her go instead of giving chase. Pisses me off when I think of other 18 year olds laying their life on the line in the sandbox while bitches like this run wild. Hope the put her away for a long, long time. Blues, Stay Safe.

How do they do it @ 9/27/2012 9:11 PM

What agency or officer doesn't know about this kind of scenario? How does anyone 'forget' to check their vehicle before shift, before working traffic, or before putting a suspect who is under arrest or detained? Your vehicle, your credentials, and your weapon are all capable of being used against you or an innocent person. Secure them, period!

oldcop @ 9/28/2012 9:59 AM

If departments would supply their officers with cages in the vehicles this shouldn't happen. If he had his cage open it is his fault, not sure why they put windows in cages anyway.

Capt David-retired LA Cou @ 9/28/2012 1:08 PM

Should have received life threatening injuries with loss of a limb or two...that way she would remember what a dumb ass she is...

Mary @ 10/3/2012 6:08 AM

I went to high school with this girl... this is crazy!! I cant believe she threw her life away like this.. actually pretty sad.

Ron Paul @ 12/8/2012 1:16 AM

Why did it take so long to get her stoped? Should used the PIT on her and STOP the chase that way no one else would have got hurt if she kept going

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