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Perhaps the most intense few minutes of a high-speed police pursuit that spanned 25 miles and several counties are the final three minutes captured by Louisville Metro Police body cameras which show a team of uniformed and plain-clothes officers yelling at a suspect to give himself up and get on the ground.
“Go, go, go,” one officer tells a line of following officers pouring through an interior door inside the Super 8 Motel in Radcliff November 13.
The officers were looking for Armstead Baylor, who they said robbed the Cash Express on Dixie Highway in Louisville earlier that day.
After initially searching the wrong room, officers found Baylor inside a neighboring room with his hands raised.
“Get on the f—ing ground,” one officer yelled.
Baylor complied and was quickly handcuffed and led away.
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