Police chase video: Thief smashes car through rail crossing

British police have released dramatic footage of a high-speed car chase in which a car thief tried to evade officers by crashing a stolen Mercedes C180 through a rail crossing barrier. The June 2010 incident began when 20-year-old Terence Fowler refused to pull over for police and tried to get away at over 90 miles (145 kilometres) an hour. During the pursuit, Fowler overtook vehicles in the face of oncoming traffic and, at one point, knocked off another car's wing mirror. Police gave up their chase when Fowler smashed through the rail crossing barrier moments before the arrival of a high-speed train. Police found the car abandoned and arrested Fowler after finding his blood on the broken windscreen. Fowler admitted dangerous driving at Peterborough Crown Court and was jailed for 3.5 years on Thursday. RT on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/RTnews RT on Twitter: http://twitter.com/RT_com

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Police video: Car rams roadblock, cop gets up to catch criminal
Follow us on http://twitter.com/RT_com and http://www.facebook.com/RTnews Police in Britain have released CCTV footage which shows an officer chasing a suspect after being hit by a stolen car. The incident took place on July 3 in Surrey. Police officers had been alerted that a BMW stolen in nearby Middlesex in June had been spotted heading southbound on the M25 motorway before taking the Chertsey exit. CCTV footage released by Surrey police on Tuesday shows officers trying to set up a roadblock on the slip road when the stolen BMW collides with their stationary vehicle. One of the officers, PC Dan Pascoe, who had climbed out of the car, was thrown into the air by the force of the collision. He got to his feet, however, and gave chase to the suspect, 29-year-old Lee Ralph Adamson, who had abandoned the BMW. The police officer caught up with Adamson and arrested him on suspicion of vehicle theft and other driving offences. Adamson was charged with dangerous driving, failing to stop at the scene of an accident, driving while disqualified, driving without insurance and resisting arrest. He pleaded guilty to all charges and was sentenced to 23 months in prison last week.





Hollywood, Los Angeles Police Chase (April 07, 2016) KNBC | KCAL | KTLA | KABC
LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- The driver who led police on a wild chase through Los Angeles on Thursday was a trained vehicle operator for the U.S Marine Corps, the Pentagon confirmed. According to military personnel information from the Marine Corps, 20-year-old Herschel Reynolds served in the Marines from April 22, 2014 to Jan. 13, 2016. He was ranked as a private, and although he was never deployed, he was decorated with the National Defense Service Medal and the Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, records show. Reynolds was trained at Camp Pendleton as a Marine Corps motor vehicle operator. "Herschel Reynolds' premature discharge and rank are indicative of the fact that the character of his service was incongruent with Marine Corps' expectations and standards," the Pentagon said. Reynolds drove a rented Mustang convertible from Cerritos through Hollywood and other parts of L.A. for more than an hour before winding up in a South L.A. neighborhood. The incident began around 1:24 p.m. when authorities responded to a report of a home burglary in the 12300 block of Charlwood Street in Cerritos. The suspects were accused of stealing a box of jewelry. A neighbor described the car the suspects were traveling in, and a helicopter unit found the Mustang on the westbound 91 Freeway heading toward the northbound 710 Freeway. At one point in the chase, Reynolds exited the 101 Freeway at Hollywood Boulevard and began to skid the car in circular "donuts" before taking off again. They were also seen driving on the highway shoulder and driving the wrong way on other L.A. streets. Once in South L.A., Reynolds and his passenger, 19-year-old Isaiah Young, stopped in front of a home near 51st and Hoover streets. That's where Reynolds exited the car and casually sat on the hood. The two began greeting and hugging people before police arrived and took the pair into custody. The vehicle was rented by a female companion who accompanied Reynolds to Atwest Car Rental in South Los Angeles. The car was supposed to be returned Friday, but now it is in impound. Reynolds is being held in lieu of $50,000 bail, while Young is being held in lieu of $80,000 bail due to an outstanding warrant. Both suspects will be arraigned on Monday.





Los Angeles Police Car Chase - Girl Speeds Through South L.A Park in Erratic Pursuit
Los Angeles Police Car Chase - Girl Speeds Through South L.A Park in Erratic Pursuit A 15-year-old girl led police on a high-speed chase in Los Angeles. Conan Nolan reports for the NBC4 News at 5 p.m. on April 30, 2015. (Published Thursday, April 30, 2015) Like, Subscribe and Share! Thank you!





Here's An Insane Ford Mustang Police Chase With A Hilarious News Commentary - SHORTCUT
On April 7th, 2016, two idiots in Los Angeles stole a convertible Ford Mustang and led the cops on a chase that lasted over an hour. However, the only thing more insane than the chase was the hilarious live news commentary. I can't even right now, you guys. Original video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QYe8ZuF8A2I&nohtml5=False Subscribe to Fox 10 Phoenix: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5aJyn8R8b64&nohtml5=False Follow Kinsey Schofield: https://twitter.com/KinseyFox10 Follow Kari Lake: https://twitter.com/KariLakeFox10 SHORTCUT is a series of short videos that don't fit anywhere else on the channel.




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