Dashcam Shows High Speed Police Chase Through Lancaster County

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A Delaware man will serve up to 19 years in prison for leading police on a high speed chase for 21 miles with a baby and the baby’s mother in the vehicle. Ronald Comeger, 34, fled during a June 2016 traffic stop in Manheim Township, and drove at speeds above 130 mph before finally crashing in Dauphin County. It was estimated that he passed 120 vehicles during the chase, after fleeing the stop and driving on Route 283 before finally hitting another vehicle and a wall. After the crash, police surrounded the car, and Comeger used the 7-week-old infant as a human shield. The child suffered cuts to his head, while its mother suffered cuts and bruises to her arms and legs. Comeger was convicted by a Lancaster County jury in May of aggravated assault, endangering a child, fleeing police, and 14 counts of reckless endangerment. On Monday, Comeger was sentenced to 9½ to 19 years in prison. Assistant District Attorney Christine L. Wilson called Comeger a “career criminal” with convictions dating back to 2002 and an estimated 22 parole/probation violations for those convictions. “Mr. Comeger needs to be removed from society,” Wilson told the judge. In court Monday, he said, “I take full responsibility. I do show remorse.”

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45 thoughts on “Dashcam Shows High Speed Police Chase Through Lancaster County

  1. I don’t know about anyone else but I’ve never drawn a handgun then raised it as high as the first deputy (female deputy). I am not even sure what she was thinking by doing that if the suspect opened fire there was no way she could returned fire and put rounds on her target. At one point the firearm is above her head.

  2. Poor officer who got ran over I hope he survived and recovers from the injuries he has received from this incident and I also hope this man faces a longer sentence than he already has! They really should charge him with attempted murder for running that police officer over!

  3. I cannot believe some of the most inane-juvenile comments made against this officer. Have any of you childish commenters ever been in a life or death situation like this (?); while trying to protect the innocent public! If not; then keep on sucking on your pacifer.

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