New Mexico Vehicle & Foot Pursuit, K9 Bite

This installment takes us to Las Cruces, New Mexico, where a police officer finds himself briefly chasing a driver who had only moments before been stopped right next to him at a stop sign. Just as the officer calls off his pursuit he sees the vehicle crash in front of him, the driver jumping out of his truck and taking off running.

The foot pursuit lasts even shorter than the vehicle pursuit, however, as the driver – clearly not making wise decisions – climbs over a razor wire fence and runs off into the distance.

Fortunately for the pursuing sergeant, radios are much faster than anyone can drive or run, and other officers are quickly in the area searching for the man who had fled. Not only is he found, but a police good boi gets to have fun chasing him down and chewing on him.

Enjoy!

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Author: rafael.nieves

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23 thoughts on “New Mexico Vehicle & Foot Pursuit, K9 Bite

  1. K9 Officer needs to put his camera somewhere else. Otherwise all his videos are going to have half his face in them possibly blocking out what is actually needed on camera.

  2. Do they really need that many LE there standing around doing nothing?  Getting paid to stand around and BS.  They should be out on the streets – at least those that aren't directly involved in this incident, protecting the citizens. jmho

  3. When I ask for your supervisor, I mean the dog because I feel they are much more reasonable. Lol. People are always so opinionated but dogs just do their job. Nobody gets mad at the dog because they know it’s the officer who made the call. I wish people would understand that works with all dogs and maybe pit bulls or any other breed could be appreciated but that’s a whole different thing.

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