High Speed Police Chase Ends With Clean PIT Maneuver

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Police have released video that shows the high-speed pursuit of three homicide suspects wanted by police. According to police, Ravell Sterling was shot and killed on Feb. 5 in Gresham by Charles Moi Moi and Clayton Harrell III. Both men are charged with aggravated murder. Rony Celis, the accused driver of the getaway vehicle, is charged with murder.

The pursuit started in Portland after Sgt. Jason Lile saw a Cadillac Deville that was gold in color and that had Washington license plates. The vehicle was traveling northbound on I-205 and had come from I-84. Witnesses at the shooting scene described the suspects’ getaway vehicle as a gold or brown colored Cadillac.

The pursuit continued on I-205 northbound and into Washington onto I-5. The speeds reached 110 miles per hour, according to court documents.

In Cowlitz County, near exit 32, the Washington State Patrol used a “PIT” maneuver to spin the vehicle out. Police conducted a high-risk, felony traffic stop and took all three men into custody without incident. No shots were fired during the traffic stop. There were no injures to any of the law enforcement officers or the three suspects.

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Author: rafael.nieves

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45 thoughts on “High Speed Police Chase Ends With Clean PIT Maneuver

  1. What rude cops. The driver was being considerate and following the shoulder with hazards on for when the vehicle inevitably failed, but then the officers had to go and spin him into the middle of the road…

  2. I think it should be standard practice in situations like this where someone is using a deadly weapon (car traveling very fast on public roads) that he should be shot. Pull him over, bullet through the windshield, instant karma.

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