An identified woman was driving around Rochester Minnesota last Monday pointing a bullhorn out the window of her car yelling at people on the street. Several people called police to complain about the annoyance. One police car caught up with the woman and followed her observing the behavior citizens reported. The woman blew a stop sign and the officer turned on the lights to pull her over. She announced on the bullhorn, “Oh, look! I’m getting pulled over,” according to Rochester Police. The driver then cut off oncoming traffic to turn west on Seventh Street Northeast and accelerated at a high rate of speed, attempting to flee. The officer deactivated their emergency lights and did not pursue.
Later that evening another officer encountering her behavior, lit her up and tried to pull her over. This time she kept going, running multiple red lights. At that point the pursuit was cut off and the officer watched from a distance as the driver continued at a high rate of speed, struck a construction sign and drove into wet concrete. She made it about 150 feet through the freshly poured concrete before succumbing to the quagmire, causing $30,000 to $40,000 in damage. After the crash, the woman refused to get out of her vehicle and was yelling and screaming as officers arrested her. She was charged with two counts fleeing police in a motor vehicle, one count of first-degree damage to property, and having no insurance. She was taken to a hospital for a mental health evaluation.
Cementing your reputation
Running away doesn’t help you with your problems
Unless you’re fat. Then yeah, run.
How did the hacker escape from the police?
A car full of bank robbers has crashed into the back of a cement truck yesterday while evading police …
The police are now searching for hardened criminals.
If a robber robs a house under renovation and accidentally leaves his handprint on wet cement,
Does that mean that the police have concrete evidence?
May 24th Birthdays
1990 – Brianne Howey, 1944 – Patti LaBelle, 1945 – Priscilla Presley, 1991 – Sarah Jarosz
1941 – Bob Dylan, 1995 – Cayder Boyd, 1966 – John C. Reilly, 1974 – Ken Jennings