Before Gary Powell had finished his question about the new Bond movie, I’d already said yes twice. Gary was a 007 veteran. In The World Is Not Enough, he perfected flipping the Q speedboat on the Thames by jumping a smaller vessel—wait for it—onto dry land.
Los Angeles never fails to disappoint. Here’s some San Fernando Valley action from this evening, in which a carjacking suspect gets cornered after a PIT maneuver and proceeds to go straight GTA, hopping into the police cruiser. She didn’t get far!
Here’s a gent leading cops on a police chase who can be seen hopping out of his truck, attacking a dude on a motorcycle, failing to abscond with said motorcycle, and then getting back in his truck and speeding away. You can keep up with the chase here, at KNXV.
Sometimes you can want to help a little too much.
By ‘landspeeder’ I’m referring to the wheeled type of landspeeders we tend to write about on this site a lot. Sometimes they’re called “cars.” By ‘Anakin Skywalker’ I mean the actor who played the young, larval Darth Vader, Jake Lloyd, and by ‘cops’ I mean real, South Carolina Sherriff’s deputies. Okay, glad that’s…
This is happening in Arlington, TX right now, and yes it is that slow.
A random pedestrian news outlets alternately referred to as “heroic” and “crazy” brought a wild Los Angeles police chase to an end as he stepped in front of the suspect’s car, ending the hour-long pursuit.
A man police say is suspected of kidnapping led Los Angeles officers on a chase through south L.A. before stepping out of his car and firing a handgun at cops—before taking a barrage of return fire and seeking cover. All four Los Angeles major network affiliates covered the battle live—despite policies that recommend…
The Terminator T-1000 is real and he's working as a cop somewhere in the post-Soviet East, at least if this dashcam video is to be believed.
A Houston-area doctor was riding home with his daughter at the wheel of their Audi when they witnessed presumed burglars leaving their home in a red Ford F-150. The pair gave chase, leading to a Hollywood-style car fight resulting in two wrecked vehicles and one proud dad.
Heroin! Last week we weren't talking about it at all, today it's a global pandemic. The latest in white-horse escapades went flying down Woodward Avenue yesterday and culminated in the arrest of a father, mother and son.
A Russian driver with a dash cam managed to capture this, possibly the funniest real-world car chase I've seen in a long time. The ending alone is like some rejected scene from a Buster Keaton movie.
If there's a theme of 2013, it's been "don't post it on the Internet." Add another entry to the file: this asshat biker in Pennsylvania posted GoPro video of him running from the cops.
A police car's dascham recorded this video of a Michigan State Trooper going over a railing above pavement 35 feet below as he leaped to apprehend a police chase suspect.
The shocking video of Alexian Lien running over a number of bikers then getting chased through the streets of Manhattan notoriously ends just before Lien is pulled from his Range Rover and beaten. This new video shows that shocking moment.
Not only was an undercover cop present at the beating of Alexian Lien at the hands (and helmets) of a number of NYC bikers, the unidentified officer apparently struck the vehicle as well. Now, he has been arrested.
A biker in the mass ride that ended with Alexian Lien dragged out of his Range Rover and beaten in a Manhattan street claims that Lien started the whole incident with a hit and run. And this witness might have video evidence to prove it.
The bikers were beating Alexian Lien with their helmets. They were pulling his wife out of the Range Rover to beat her, too. One man, Sergio Consuegra stepped in and stopped the beating, even as NYPD officers stood by.
Over the weekend two additional motorcycle riders were charged in the now-infamous attack on a family in a Range Rover in New York City by a pack of bikers. Additionally, reports indicate as many as six undercover police officers witnessed the assault. Taylor Berman at Gawker has more details.