February 6th – On the evening of the 4th, local time, in Burbank, California, a man stole a police car in broad daylight and crossed the downtown streets and highways crazily.
Subsequently, three police cars and one helicopter dispatched and intercepted the car thieves until nearly half an hour after chasing after chasing.
Fortunately, no casualties were made during this period.
After the picture of “police car chasing police car” was exposed, the scene like a police and bandit movie immediately triggered a heated discussion.
According to the World Daily, when law enforcement officials were conducting routine parking inspections, a man suddenly got into their police car and immediately drove away.
After receiving the alarm, the police dispatched three police cars to chase and intercept.
A few minutes later, the police found the stolen vehicle and then chased it all the way.
Finally, the police helicopter Sky5 dispatched and filmed the scene of the thief’s arrest.
At that time, the thief stopped the car and raised his hands when he got out of the car.
Three police cars formed a circle.
Several policemen approached him slowly with guns. One policeman in the front of him punched the suspect on the back.
Other policemen rushed up and put him to the ground and locked him in handcuffs.
A police officer said that the suspect was taken to the hospital for testing, and the police believed that the man had been affected by drugs or alcohol.
The suspect was arrested and detained on suspicion of stealing a car, driving evading in violation of public safety, resisting arrest and resisting police, and possibly driving under the influence of drugs or medical sperm.