Vancouver police arrested at least three antifa counter-protesters, wrestling them to the grass after a large scrum that grew to include dozens of people.
The rally attracted about 200 people, many aboard big motorcycles and bigger trucks. A handful of men packed open-carry pistols on their hips.
It also drew the antifa crowd—bandanna-clad vigilantes by now a common and disruptive sight at anti-Trump and pro-Trump events alike.
People who were with black bloc attempted to block a trump supporter from getting into a trump event in Vancouver, WA yesterday. Police made a few arrests at the rally and some smoke bombs were thrown, but overall things were okay.
Police were called to intervene in a couple's fight, just hours before they say the man in the bodycam video shot and killed his girlfriend. The Sanford Police Department says 31-year-old Allen Cashe opened fire at the home of 35-year-old Latina Herring, killing her in her bed. Five others were shot in the incident including Herring's two sons and her father. One of the children, 8-year-old Branden Christian died.
This is the bizarre moment a police officer stops his press conference mid speech to arrest an abusive man. The strange incident happened outside the Albury police station in southern New South Wales on Monday morning. Video shows Detective Inspector Winston Woodward addressing the media as a disheveled looking man walks past carrying a beer bottle and yells out 'bulls**t'. Detective Inspector Woodward stops the conference mid sentence and walks over to the man and makes him tip out the beverage. The man is then grabbed by his shirt by Detective Inspector Woodward and led inside the police station. As he is led into the station the man continues yelling out. A spokesperson for Albury Police told 9 News that the man was issued with a criminal infringement notice for offensive language and given an on-the-spot fine of $500.
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Harvey police said they made a major drug bust Wednesday, after they were tipped off about a YouTube video showing a purported gang member bragging about drugs, guns, and dead dogs. In the video provided to media by Harvey Police, authorities say 24-year-old gang member Ivory King, also known as “Monk,” boasts about having a gun while on house arrest. King also brags about dog fighting, one of the dogs dying during a fight, and the pit bulls on the property.
Roy City Police released video of a deadly exchange between two Roy City police officers and a trespassing suspect at a gas station in February. Two unidentified officers were in a fight with Nicolas Sanchez, 39, in the parking lot of the Texaco Station at 4395 South 1900 West when several shots were fired and Sanchez was hit. One of the officers who shot Sanchez did so with a gun that he had grabbed from Sanchez seconds earlier. Attorney Heather White was hired by Roy City to explain the video prior to releasing it to the media. White said the officer who shot Sanchez with his own gun thought Sanchez may have had a second firearm and decided to use the suspect's own weapon against him after his partner had already fired shots at Sanchez.
“Fearing Sanchez may have another weapon, and hearing shots fired, the first officer shot Sanchez with the gun he had wrestled from Sanchez. When the first officer saw Sanchez was not moving, he dropped Sanchez’ gun and drew his gun from his holster,” White said. The two officers were initially dispatched to the Texaco station on February 21 at approximately 10 p.m. after a clerk reported a man was trespassing and acting suspiciously in the store. The video shows the officers arrive at the store and contact Sanchez, who was reportedly loitering, and had left his car running in the parking lot. Video shows the officers approach Sanchez at the door of the store and ask him to come over to their cruisers and speak to them.
Sanchez asked the officers repeatedly why they want to talk to him. He then lifts his sweatshirt, at which point an officer stated, "You got a gun on you, do not move." Sanchez then backed away from the officers, swinging his right hand back and forth and moving his left hand toward his waistband where the gun was located, according to police. Sanchez then turned and ran away from the officers. The video shows the first officer run after Sanchez and a struggle ensues, at which point, the second officer, who is standing back, sees Sanchez's hands go to his waistband. The second officer felt that his partner's life was in "imminent danger," and he began firing at Sanchez, according to White. That's when the first officer stripped Sanchez of his gun, feared the suspect may have another weapon, and shot Sanchez with his own gun, White says.
Body camera footage released Friday shows the altercation from the perspective of both officers. The entire encounter lasted approximately one minute, but the time between when the officers first saw Sanchez had a gun to the last shot fired is only twelve seconds. "Sanchez's reckless actions in those split seconds dictated the actions the officers took that day. The officers did what they are trained to do and what we expect them to do: protect themselves and others against violent and irrational behavior," White said. "Because of their actions, no one but Sanchez was injured that night." The two officers are on paid administrative leave, pending an investigation from the Weber County Attorney's Office.
A group of dangerous dogs were shot dead by armed police on Sunday after the pack of animals attacked a man and woman in a park. Witnesses claimed that at least five dogs were on the loose in Bolton's Queens Park and attacking people, included children. Dramatic footage shows police arriving on scene and shooting at the dogs in the street from close range. Police confirmed that a 60-year-old woman was injured when she was bit in the hand by one of the dogs, and another man was bit on his leg. People hiding in a nearby property can be heard in one recording gasping as police shot at the dogs, one of which ran towards officers. It is believed that police officers are still searching for one injured dog. During the shooting police killed two dogs and seized two others. A 38-year-old man was arrested by police following the incident, but he has yet to be publicly identified. The man was arrested on suspicion of allowing a dog to be dangerously out of control in a public place and affray. He remains in custody and will be questioned by police. Witnesses told the Manchester Evening News that the man was crying as he was taken away by police. Marya Mahmood, who works near where the incident occurred, said that the man didn't have all of his dogs on leads. She told the Manchester Evening News: 'We saw two dogs that were not on leads and about four or five dogs on a lead being held by a man. 'The ones off the leads were chasing the police officers and they had to shoot them otherwise they were going to attack them. 'Were heard them shoot two dogs. They were quite big dogs that looked like pit bulls. 'The man who was arrested was crying because the dogs had died.' Police said they arrived on scene at about 10.20am after reports that six 'Pitbull type dogs were dangerously out of control' in the town centre. The number of dogs in the pack was unclear at first, with some witnesses suggesting up to eight dogs were running through the town. But police later confirmed that there were five dogs present during the incident. Police said that emergency responders assisted a woman, a man, and a dog were were all injured at the scene. Greater Manchester Police said: 'Armed response officers were deployed to the scene and two dogs were humanely destroyed and two dogs have been seized. 'Officers are currently searching the area for another dog who is believed to be part of the group.' Superintendent Chris Allsop said: 'Highly trained officers responded quickly to the scene and took control to avoid the situation from escalating. 'The officers acted with our number one priority in mind; to protect people and prevent them from harm. 'I'd like to thank to the public for their patience and full cooperation as we remain at the scene and carry out our inquiries.' Two roads that were closed in the area have now reopened, and officers are trying to find the injured dog. Allsop urged people not to approach dogs they do not know, saying people should contact a nearby officer or call 101. Four breeds are banned from being bred, owned or sold in the United Kingdom under the Dangerous Dogs Act: the pit bull terrier, Japanese Tosa, Dogo Argentino and Fila Brasiliero. Anyone who sees a dog loose in the area is asked to tell police, while witnesses or those with information are urged to call police on 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
A shocking new video appears to show two white NYPD cops 'taunting' African American students as they walked down the street. At one point, one of the cops - who is holding a taser gun - is heard asking the teens if they want to 'ride the lightening' in the clip. The cellphone footage, posted by Associate Professor of Sociology at Brooklyn College Alex S. Vitale, shows the two uniformed cops trying to herd kids away from the corner of Bedford Avenue and Campus Road, by Midwood High School in Brooklyn, on March 16. The cops, one of whom is holding a baton, appear aggressive with the teens as they moved them on. 'What are you going to do about it?' one cop asked a student as they walked behind him. When another student picked up a handful of snow, an officer pulled out what appeared to be a taser gun and demanded to know: 'Do you wanna ride the lightning?' The kids' response was unclear but the officer chimes in again, telling them: 'You better walk away!' Vitale said it was not clear whether the police were there responding to a call out, or if their response was unwarranted, but described them as making 'a series of threats and taunting.' 'The whole interaction seemed like an abuse of authority,' Vitale told NY Daily News. An NYPD spokesman said: 'We are aware of the video and the matter is under internal review.' NYPD guidelines state that tasers should generally not be used on children. The footage has sparked an angry backlash online with commenters branding the officers 'bullies.'
Vaughan police successfully detain four home invasion suspects with the help of their aerial unit. Police Chief Eric Joliffe says: "These arrests are an excellent example of teamwork by our frontline, Canine and Air Support Unit officers, as well as our dispatchers...Their efforts have removed four dangerous people from our community and taken a loaded firearm off of our streets. I thank them for their efforts.”
A 38-year-old man was shot dead by police officers who opened fire in a disturbing confrontation captured on body cameras. Nicolas Sanchez was killed on February 21 at a gas station in Roy, Utah, after a convenience store clerk called the police reporting suspicious behavior. Sanchez, who police said was armed, was initially reluctant to speak to the police, asking, 'What have I done?' in a video recently released by police. He agreed to step aside for questioning, only to run off, prompting one officer to tackle him to the ground while the second cop released a long stream of gunfire. The officer who wrestled Sanchez to the ground then shot him dead, thinking it was the 38-year-old - and not his fellow officer - who opened fire, an attorney for the police said. A clerk called the police fearing Sanchez was going to rob the convenience store on South 1900 West Street. Sanchez left his car running in the parking lot and acted 'suspiciously' inside, according to Heather White, an attorney hired by the police department. When two police officers arrived at the scene and asked Sanchez to step aside for questioning, he leaned against the door of the convenience store and asked, 'Really? What do you want to talk to me for?' The police officer said: 'I will let you know. Come over here. We got called on you.' When Sanchez agreed to go with them, the second officer directed him to keep his hands out of his pockets. Sanchez pulled his hands out and lifted his shirt, saying, 'Sorry, look, I ain't got nothing.' But police spotted a gun - prompting both officers to approach him, warning: 'Do not reach for your pockets'. Sanchez then yelled, 'What? What are you doing?' before turning and running off. One police officer gave chase and wrestled Sanchez to the ground, while a second cop tailing them opened fire, shooting once before pausing and pulling the trigger again at least a dozen times, according to the recording. The officer who was on the ground with Sanchez grabbed hold of the 38-year-old's gun, leaving him unarmed, White said. When he heard the gunfire from the other cop, he assumed it was Sanchez shooting with another weapon, White said. The cop who wrestled Sanchez to the ground then used the 38-year-old's gun and shot him, White said. Sanchez, a convicted felon, was taken to the hospital, where he died from his injuries. The attorney defended the cops, whose identities have not been revealed, saying: 'Sanchez was argumentative. He was unwilling to talk to them. 'We believe that the officers acted appropriately. They did what they were trained and expected to do,' she added. The two officers have been placed on paid leave while an investigation is still ongoing.
Footage captured on a vehicle dashcam shows the moments the murder suspect tried to flee the scene in a Land Rover, which was stolen from the house in Stourbridge, West Midlands. It shows officers chasing the car, which later crashed into a garden wall after it was rammed off the road by police in Norton Road about 30 minutes after the attack. A 23-year-old homeless man has been charged with the murders of a mother and her 13-year-old son following a brutal stabbing attack at their family home yesterday morning. Former ballroom dancer Tracey Wilkinson, 50, was pronounced dead inside her £440,000 detached property, while her company director husband Peter, 47, was found in the garden with stab wounds to his chest and back. He is continuing to fight for his life and is understood to be in a critical but stable condition in hospital. The couple's teenage son Pierce died in hospital. It has since been claimed that the alleged killer may have been given a home by the family just before Christmas. Friends suggested the Wilkinsons had been taking in 'down and outs' and police say they are probing the claims as a 'line of questioning'. This afternoon Aaron Barley, of no fixed address, was charged with murder and attempted murder.
Anchorage, KY, 28 March, 2017 - The Jefferson County Coroner's Office says the shooting Tuesday night involving two Anchorage Police officers has been ruled a murder-suicide. An autopsy confirmed that Destiny Moneyhun and Bradley Sheets suffered single gunshot wounds to the head. Sheets shot Moneyhun in the head before turning the gun on himself during the incident with Anchorage Lt. Mark Hoskins and officer Bryan Taylor. LMPD said in a news conference Thursday afternoon that both suspects pointed their weapons at officers. The two officers then shot at Sheets and Moneyhun, who was hit with two "non-lethal gunshot wounds," according to the coroner. Sheets was hit three times, and one of those could have possibly been fatal had he not shot himself. The incident stems from a murder Tuesday in Hardin County. Moneyhun and Sheets were a couple, and deputies say they slashed 74-year-old Lewis Hoskinson to death in his home. Around 7 p.m. Tuesday that night, a neighbor in Anchorage spotted Hoskinson's abandoned car, which led to the altercation where police shot Moneyhun and Sheets. There is no known tie yet between Hoskinson in Hardin County, Moneyhun and Sheets, both from Barren County, and where they ended up in Anchorage. Hoskins and Taylor are on administrative leave pending the outcome of the investigation. This is body cam footage from Officer Bryan Taylor from the 3/28/17 shooting.
A Los Angeles County Sheriff’s deputy has been placed on administrative leave after a shocking video shows him appearing to shrug off an emergency call as he sat in his patrol cruiser. The seemingly incriminating footage shows deputy Jeremy Fennell, 26, recording a video in what appears to be an attempt to reconcile with a significant other. The dispatcher is then heard calling in a report of an incident involving a gunman. ‘She can go f*** herself, OK?’ he says into the camera as he continues to ignore the call. ‘I want you, you, you, you,’ he says while pointing at the camera.
The father of an Illinois high school student who brandished a knife during a cafeteria brawl, prompting a police officer to shoot her with a tazer, said that his daughter had enough of being constantly bullied. The shocking footage that went viral on social media shows a 15-year-old girl and her cousin engaged in a fight with about five other girls in the Peoria High School cafeteria, according to the Journal Star. In the footage, the daughter is seen being beaten while she is on the ground by a group of students. A police officer and other staff are seen trying to break up the fight. The girl then walks toward her school bag and pulls out a knife. The clip shows the girl standing on a cafeteria table and then falling backward and hitting the ground after apparently she was shot with a stun gun. The girl's father, Milton Chappel, Jr, said that his daughter suffered a large bump on her head.He said that school officials were aware that his daughter had complained that other students were bullying her, yet they did not do enough to prevent the brawl. 'When you tell somebody what's going on and nothing happens, it gets old,' Chappell told the Journal Star. 'You get tired of it.' Peoria school officials said that they were never asked to prevent bullying against Chappel's daughter. The girl's cousin said that Chappell's daughter was attacked first. When the cousin intervened and pulled the attacking girl away, she, too, was attacked. Chappell said he did not know why his daughter brought a knife to school. He said that his daughter told him that she planned to drop the knife just moments before she was shot with the tazer. A spokesperson for the school defended the officer's use of a stun gun. He said that Chappell's daughter refused to drop the knife and that she posed a danger to other students nearby. The school also said that his daughter had made incendiary posts on Facebook that indicate she was the aggressor in the altercation, an assertion that the family denies. The identities of the students involved in the fight have not been released.
Ionia, MI, 13 March, 2017 - An in-car dash camera shows how quickly a crash can happen. An Ionia Department of Public Safety officer had just made a left turn when his patrol car crashed into a car pulling into a gas station. Upon impact, the camera pointed up but the officer and woman involved in the March 13 crash can be heard. She was trapped in the car until firefighters could arrive to free her. A state police investigation showed that the police car was traveling 21 mph when it crashed into the car pulling into the business, Public Safety Director Troy Thomas said. The patrol car was a total loss. The crash happened at North Dexter and West Main streets. The police officer can be heard calling in the crash, and calming the other driver. The other driver was cited for failure to yield, Thomas said.
Tecumseh, OK - Following the stunning death of an Oklahoma officer, authorities in Pottawatomie County have charged the man believed to be responsible. On Sunday evening, 26 March, 2017, Officer Justin Terney was shot following a traffic stop for a broken taillight. Officials say Terney was rushed to an area hospital and underwent surgery. The video begins with Officer Terney following Brooklyn Williams' car for several blocks before turning on his lights. Williams immediately pulled off to the side of the road. Officer Terney approaches the car and asks Williams how she is and for her driver's license. However, she said she didn't have her driver's license on her. Terney then asked the passenger, Byron Shepard, for his driver's license. He admits that he had been arrested about three months ago and had his driver's license taken away. "What'd you get arrested for?" Officer Terney can be heard asking. When asked for their names, Shepard can be heard telling Terney that his name is James Bishop. Sadly, Terney died on Monday morning from his injuries. On Wednesday, Pottawatomie County District Attorney Richard Smothermon charged 36-year-old Byron Shepard with one count of first-degree murder. Prior to announcing the charges, Smothermon released the dash cam footage from Terney's patrol car of the incident. As Terney is checking their names back in his patrol car, he realizes that 'James Bishop' is not Shepard's real identity. When he goes back to the car, Terney asks Shepard for his name again and he says it is "James Bunion Bishop." "I think you're lying to me. Are you lying to me?" Terney asked. The pair begin small talking and Officer Terney tells Shepard that Williams is going to get a ticket for driving without a license. When the fake name continues to not bring up any data, Shepard is seen running into a wooded area. "You're going to get tased," Terney can be heard yelling as other officers chase after them. At that point, the pair disappear from the dashboard camera's view but Terney's microphone is still recording. Pottawatomie County District Attorney Richard Smothermon says both of them climbed over a fence shortly before shots were fired. Terney yells at Shepard to get on the ground, gunshots are heard, and Terney tells dispatch, "I've been hit!" “Justin Terney did everything right. He did the least evasive things, the least intrusive things. He was a perfect gentleman to both the driver of the vehicle and the suspect until such time that he ran. He did the least intrusive thing by tasing him instead of shooting him as he fled. He did everything right,” Smothermon said. Shepard was shot by Terney 3 times, officials believe after Terney was hit. He also says that the full video is much longer, but they have chosen not to release the full video in respect for the family.
Police in Pelham, New Hampshire have released the dash cam video of a man arrested after wielding a knife in the middle of Burns road. Police responded to a home on Burns Road at about 2:23 p.m. Wednesday to a report of an intoxicated man threatening his family with a knife. Upon arrival, police found Christopher Lanzillo, 34, in the street wielding a knife. Police said Lanzillo was only wearing pants and was less than a quarter mile from Pelham High School where students were actively being dismissed. Lanzillo is charged with criminal threatening, criminal mischief and simple assault.
Austin Police Chief Chris Mcllvain was caught speeding at 92mph in a 65mph zone while rushing to make a nearby baseball game. The responding officer let Chris off with a warning, which led to a controversy. An internal affairs investigation has since been concluded and Chief Mcllvain will now have to pay a $195 fine. Austin Police Chief Brian Manley said its important officers are held to the same standard as civilians.
A short but fascinating pursuit of police occurred a week ago in the United States. The criminal on the gray crossover Toyota RAV4 tries to hide from the caravan pursuing patrol cars, makes some beautiful maneuver leaving the pursuers in the fools. But the pursuers are getting bigger, but the criminal has such a feeling that the steering wheel turns only to the left and he is circling in one area.
Dashcam video shows Seattle police successfully take-down a disturbed individual on the side of the street. According to reports the man was acting erratically, and police were called in to calm him down. After a few minutes of communication one officer successfully took him down without harmful force. The suspect was then taken to a medical center for evaluation.
The Tecumseh Police Department has released the full dash camera footage of the interaction between Officer Justin Terney and Byron Shepard, who is accused of fatally shooting Terney.
An off-duty cop stops a road rage brawl between two couples that spilled onto the streets of Chula Vista and left one woman bloody and weeping.
This is the moment up to five police officers pinned down a suspect and two appeared to punch him during a late-night arrest. Officers have been accused by a witness of using 'excessive force' and 'brutality' on the suspect in Cardiff in the early hours of Saturday morning. South Wales Police claim the unnamed man, who had allegedly carried out a violent assault nearby, was resisting arrest. But the footage taken at the scene shows the suspect unable to move because he was held down. o officers appear to strike him several times before he is carried into the back of a police van. The incident took place at around 12.15am on Saturday morning outside the Queen's Vaults pub in Westgate Street. It was filmed by a member of the public who asked to remain anonymous and told MailOnline that the response by police was 'shocking'. He said: 'I was walking along the street to meet some friends when I heard the commotion and pulled out my phone to film it. I have no idea what he had done. 'But it was shocking to see him being hit. I asked them to stop and so did another member of the public. 10 or more people saw it. 'There were four to five police on top of him and two appeared to punch him around the lower back area and where his head would be. He couldn't move. 'I would say they were using extreme force and it was brutality. If there was just one officer and they had to defend themselves I could understand but there was a big group of them'. South Wales Police has refused to comment on the video but a spokesman said they have not received any complaints from the public. They said that the suspect was resisting arrest and had been charged with a violent assault, and would appear in court. A force spokesman said: 'Mark Grainger Mace, 25, from Gabalfa has been charged with assault and use of abusive language following an incident on Westgate Street in the centre of Cardiff. He has been bailed to appear before Cardiff Magistrates Court on April 10'.
A motorist who led police on a 70mph police chase was branded a 'menace on the roads' as he was jailed for two years. Peter Hadfield, 29, tried to flee pursuing officers in two high-speed rush-hour chases in two months, putting his criminal record into triple figures. In the first chase he tore a Renault Clio around the streets of Hartlepool before reversing into a police car shortly after 9am on January 31. He appeared to pull over before seeming to have second thoughts and speeding off, but his first attempt to get away took him straight into a traffic jam. He almost rolled the car when he passed in front of oncoming traffic. At one point, officers drove at 70mph to keep up with the 29-year-old as he drove through 30mph residential streets. Hadfield backed the car into the police vehicle, shattering both cars' windscreens, just after 9am on January 31. 'There ensued a police chase through very narrow streets, cars parked on either side,' said Judge Sean Morris, passing sentence. 'It was a Tuesday morning, a school day. Children could have been about. There were pedestrians about. 'You rammed the police car twice, reversing at speed into it at such force that the windscreen of your car shattered, sending the parcel shelf hurtling out of the car.' The video showed him racing away on roads including Cornwall Street, Devon Street, Oxford Road, Stockton Road, Spring Garden Road and Westbrooke Avenue. Officers rushed to arrest him from the wrecked Renault after he rammed them on Kingsley Avenue. The Crown applied to have him remanded in custody, but magistrates granted him bail, said prosecutor Rachel Masters. The judge told Hadfield: 'You were bailed by magistrates, despite the CPS requesting to have you remanded in custody quite rightly.' Freedom allowed Hadfield to commit the same crimes again. The banned and uninsured driver was pursued again in a Mercedes on the A19, A689, A1185, Marsh House Avenue and Low Grange Avenue, Billingham at 5.30pm on March 2. He nearly hit another vehicle as he performed a U-turn on a dual carriageway in the 70mph chase. 'You must have come within a cat's whisker of smashing into a car coming the opposite way when you tried to turn across the carriageway,' added Judge Morris. 'It could have been a high-speed collision which undoubtedly would have resulted in considerable injury, if not death.' Hadfield finally ploughed into two garden walls, with a female passenger in the car. He was followed and detained by two members of the public until police arrived. Hadfield, of Hartlepool, admitted two charges of dangerous driving and two of driving while disqualified. He appeared via video link to Holme House Prison for sentence. He had 97 previous offences on his record including vehicle taking. He was jailed for nine months and banned from driving for more than two years in January last year, again for dangerous driving. In that episode, he rammed a police vehicle and knocked over a concrete bollard in Hartlepool. Martin Scarborough, defending, said prison was inevitable and asked the judge to keep the sentence as short as possible. Judge Morris told Hadfield: 'You didn't learn from your experience in prison. 'You are a menace which it comes to vehicles and it's quite clear that you have absolutely no regard to other people and their safety.' Hadfield was jailed for two years and banned from driving for five years and 10 months.
More riots erupt in France as anti-police leftists take to the streets and calls complete chaos by burning vehicles, torching buildings, and other forms of civil unrest in response to a police shooting of a man armed with scissors attacking cops.
A small group of anti-Trump protesters were attempting to stop motorcycle police from doing their jobs when a group of other policeman decided to take matters into their own hands and clear the roadway by force! Apparently these people don't understand the laws of attempting to stop police investigations in order to make a political statement.
A pro Trump rally turns into chaos quickly. Despite the large police presence counter protesters continue to attack Trump supporters & burn American flags.
The driver's car was suspected of being a stolen vehicle as it turns into a heated argument with a police officer.
Sterling Heights, MI, 27 March, 2017 - A man crawled out of an overturned car on Monday night after a standoff with police on the side of the road. Police said the man barricaded himself inside the smashed car after leading them on a high-speed police chase and crashing on westbound Metro Parkway near Schoenherr Road in Sterling Heights Officers said the man threatened them with a gun and wouldn't come out of his car until around 11:45 p.m., when he squeezed out of the broken windshield and surrendered. Video shows the man throwing something out of the car and forcing his way through the windshield. When he got onto the ground, he put both hands and feet in the air before crawling away from the car and being taken into custody. Troopers said the chase started as a traffic stop near M-59 and Romeo Plank Road, but the driver didn't pull over. He led troopers on a chase from M-59 to I-94 to Metro Parkway, where he hit a spike strip, which caused the car to roll over.
No further details about the incident are available at present.