Police in Texas chasing a bull around a residential neighborhood in Arlington might be the most stereotypical Texas thing ever caught on video.
Ask anyone that has to perform on stage or present things on live TV or radio: it’s hard. However, it doesn’t have to be when you simply stop giving a shit. This news reporter commentary, taken from yesterday’s crazy Ford Mustang police chase through Los Angeles, is a prime example of exactly that. Can you even?…
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!
After a suspect in a police chase damaged a fellow motorist’s motorcycle while attempting to steal it, Kawasaki arranged to have a brand-new bike sent to the rider. The bike isn’t the same brand as his old one and took some street fighting with a police suspect in order to get it, but hey—a free bike is a free bike,…
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.
Following over an hour of pursuit, a Texas police chase ended in both gunshots to the tire and spike strips on Thursday night. Once the whole ordeal concluded, the man being chased admitted to a few illegal actions on camera before telling the media that he is “done with people trying to take [his] freedom.”
Ever wanted to steal a booze truck and par-tay? A 19-year-old Maine woman attempted to do just that, and led the police on an erratic, mediumish-speed chase until she lost control of the truck and crashed into a barn.
Sometimes you can want to help a little too much.
If you’re going to embark on a police chase and attempt to steal a moving car, be sure to carry the essentials on your person—a knife and a pet dog. Wait, what? How is a dog going to help?
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 spike strip spelled the end for 24-year-old Roman Bernal's high speed chase across four counties in Northern California yesterday. Bernal didn't seem too troubled by it though.
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…
Royal Canadian Mounted Police tried to stop an unidentified motorcyclist for reckless driving when the dude ran for it, leading cops all over the city of Surrey and straight through the front door of Wal-Mart and down escalators. Oh yeah; he got away and cops still can't find him.
Sun City, Arizona is currently on lockdown as two llamas run loose across the wilderness of Southwestern Suburbia.
Belarus police found out how hard is it to stop a truck driver on the run. It took at least 80 shots to bring a four-axle car carrier to a halt after a long and wild chase last Sunday.
In recent years, there's been an increasing debate in law enforcement over the safety of police pursuits and whether chasing down suspects is really worth the danger to officers and civilians. Cases like this tragic pursuit in Houston in 2009 are why.
We give Florida a lot of shit around here, mainly because they seem to have the market cornered on vehicle-related redneck shenanigans. But when it comes to the televised police chase, there's one state in this great union of ours who does it better than anyone: California.
There was a police chase turned backwards in Saudi Arabia last week, when a bunch of young guys in cars scared off an approaching cop. When drifters rule the world…