Amazing Hgh-speed Car Chase by State Trooper
A Spartanburg, S.C., man on Wednesday received 16 years in state prison after admitting he led a state trooper on a high-speed chase, fired shots at the officer and threw computer equipment out of his vehicle on Oct. 13, 2008. Christopher Adam Tessigner, 27, pleaded guilty to assault with intent to kill, failure to stop for a blue light, possession of methamphetamine and possession of Lortab charges that stemmed from the incident. Remarkably, no one was injured during the chase, despite many close calls. The chase lasted several minutes, originating on Highway 9 and Fourth Street in Boiling Springs, S.C.. Tessigner eluded the trooper by running a red light, but authorities soon found the car, the car's passenger and Tessigner in a field near Cedar Crest Road and Granite Park Lane.
111 mph car chase on Highway 101
This video shows Thomas Osborne, 24, and officers reaching 111 mph during a chase on I-85 South and Highway 101, before Osborne crashes into an SUV and continues driving. Osborne bails from the video but officers quickly surround him.
Reporter experiences shock of Taser
Herald-Journal reporter Daniel Gross volunteered to experience the shock of a Taser during a police course.
New Spartanburg jail equipment demonstrated
Virginia-based U.S. Corrections Special Operations Group Capt. Joseph Garcia demonstrates new tools at the Spartanburg jail to enable guards to use limited force to help avoid lawsuits or injuries.