Live PD: Raised on the Racetrack (Season 3) | A&E

– The license plate is two
King Adam nine occupy twice. So we received a
call from leaving the scene of an accident. This truck had
struck two vehicles. We got around behind it
and attempted to stop it. – Chestnut. – He’s trying to turn
east on Chestnut. We’ve got traffic. So he stopped. Traffic is cleared. He is eastbound Chestnut,
passing the Dollar General. High rate of speed turning into
the Dollar General parking lot. [police radio chatter] – Clear. He is through a yard,
back on the road. We have no traffic,
south on Hilton. [police radio chatter] – Clear. I’m trying to get
on the track radio. He turned east on Olive. He is all over the road,
struck multiple stop signs and through yards. – 48, I’m waiting. – He’s trying to
strike my vehicle. This was a dead end. He came back out. He turned south on Olive. I got it, 40. Let me go in front of you. [police radio chatter] – And we’re turning
south on Suburban. He’s up in a yard
at Suburban and– he’s off route. He’s crashed out. [inaudible] [tires screeching] [police radio chatter] – 316 [inaudible]. – The truck is
basically disabled. We’re down to a crawl at Mt. Vernon and– – [inaudible] Suburban. 607 and 631 are in the area. – [yelling] Show me your hands! – Show the hands! – Show me your hands! Turn and face away from me! Turn and face away from me. On the ground! I need you, eyes on him. You with me– take
custody of him. [interposing voices]
– Go! Go!
Go! Go!
[inaudible] – Stand up. Stay in the truck! Walk backwards. Martin, I got it. Walk backwards. Back, back, back– stop! Three steps to your left– your other left. Left, left– stop. Back, back, back– stop. Take him into custody. – Yeah.
Yeah. Passenger don’t reach! Keep your hands where
we can see them! – I can see her hands. Passenger, step
out of the vehicle. Turn and face away! Walk backwards. Back, back, back, back– stop. – The car’s clear. – Good. – Unlock your car. – What in the world? How many people are you going
to put their lives in risk? Coming straight at my
vehicle, coming straight at Deputy Weiss’s vehicle,
running through people’s yards? – I know I’m right. I wasn’t asking you. – That don’t look like it,
the way you’re hitting curves and other vehicles. You hit two vehicles
for no reason at all. That’s kind [inaudible]
raised on a race track. If you were raised
on a racetrack, boy, you better stay off it. You can’t drive. – Uh, took him into custody. He’s extremely intoxicated. The female passenger,
more than likely, she’s going to be released. Doesn’t sound like she had
anything to do with this. The vehicle did verify
and come back stolen. So he’s going to be arrested
for the first degree tampering on a stolen
vehicle, the resisting arrest, for eluding, DWI, and
then also driving while revoked or suspended.

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