Wild Police Chase Of Stolen Car Ends With PIT Maneuver

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A wild police chase in Brevard County unfolded Thursday morning when cops spotted a stolen vehicle in northern Indian River County. Police had been looking for a stolen car for a couple of days when it was spotted in Sebastian, about 10 miles south of Melbourne. A chase ensued on U.S. 1 at about 100 mph after police said the driver was endangering to the public.

During the chase, a police car wrecked, but the officer was not badly hurt. Seconds after the Melbourne police car crashed, the chase came to an end. Officers said they had to use a stun gun on the driver, Jonathan Davis, of Cocoa, Fla., to subdue him. He faces charges of aggravated assault on a law enforcement officer.

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46 thoughts on “Wild Police Chase Of Stolen Car Ends With PIT Maneuver

  1. Right as the cop got on his tail end like that he should have jammed those brakes hard and tried to bang a quick u turn. Granted this would not be a long term solution he is inevitably fuckes no matter what happens

  2. I like these – pit him and drive into the door so he can't escape – smash the window – taser – drag him out the window over the broken glass – scream at him the entire time – arrest, indict, try, jail (I hope).

  3. I know most of the viewers here are a bunch of pituitary cases, but I'll ask anyway :are these people trained to pull people out of cars in the most degrading manner possible? Is this in the training manual? Or is it just intimidation for us stupid brain dead viewers?

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