Greenfield Officer Uses PIT Maneuver To Stop Driver Of Stolen Car

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Milwaukee, Wisconsin — On Tuesday, 05/05/20, at 12:44AM in the 4700 block of South 27th Street, a Greenfield Police Officer observed a vehicle matching the description of a vehicle reported stolen through the Oak Creek Police Department. The officer attempted to stop the vehicle and the suspect vehicle fled northbound on South 27th Street. A PIT (Pursuit Intervention Technique) maneuver was successfully performed at South 11th Street and West Oklahoma Avenue. Three passengers fled on foot from the vehicle. The driver continued his reckless behavior, attempting to flee in the stolen vehicle by ramming an occupied, fully marked Greenfield patrol squad. The officer was not injured and continued to attempt to stop the suspect’s dangerous actions. After several attempts the vehicle was disabled and the 19-year-old driver was taken into custody.

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43 thoughts on “Greenfield Officer Uses PIT Maneuver To Stop Driver Of Stolen Car

  1. First, the perp is lucky the officer did not mag dump on him, I would make the case that the officer should have. Second, when someone leads police on a high speed chase like that, it should be a mandatory fifteen years hard time with no chance for parole.

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