April 4 Recently, a suspect in Kansas, USA, had an accident on his way to the detention center.
While the police stopped to deal with a car accident, the suspect in handcuffs actually drove away, triggering a “crazy chase battle”.
According to the local Kansas media KSN website and the New York Post, at about 12 noon on April 3, a Kansas patrolman escorted Joshua Swartwout, 23, to a local detention center.
During the escort, police found a motorcycle collision on the K-25 highway in Atwood, and other people were injured. The patrolman then stopped to help deal with the car accident.
However, at this time, Swartwater took the opportunity to control the police car and drove away, while he was still handcuffed.
After the police car was robbed, the police began to chase Swartwater on the highway. Until 12:40 p.m., Swartwater stopped in Edson Town because the car ran out of gas.
However, he still did not give up, but kept his hands in the handcuffed position behind his back to get out of the car and continue to escape. Later, he was caught by the police.
After being examined at the scene for emergency medical services, Swartwater was sent to prison.