Apparently Speed 3 Has Started Shooting

A group of five churchgoing teenagers were arrested this week after leading police officers on a high-speed chase through Florida’s highways. Leave it to cops to stop the cherubs from having a good time.

This is a video of teens leading a high speed chase in Florida before coming to a crashing stop on the highway.

Police were called Wednesday for a report of a Fort Lauderdale home being burglarized while people were inside. They got away, but not before police were provided with a description of their vehicle. When cops caught up to the getaway car and tried to pull it over, the suspects refused. Video of the chase shows police vehicles hanging back as the driver appears to make a sudden right turn – across three lanes – and hit at least one other car, barrel into a guardrail and strike an SUV before overturning and spinning to a stop.

The Fort Lauderdale Police Department said five juveniles were taken into custody from inside the car.

The writer was fretting about how the awful police officers handled the poor little cherubs after the car rolled over. You know, because risking people’s lives on a major highway should be handled with grace and aplomb.

You can see the mayhem – and the hilarious aftermath – below the fold…

10 thoughts on “Apparently Speed 3 Has Started Shooting

  1. “home being burglarized while people were inside”
    Wyatt will you please get hold of the knucklehead who wrote this story and explain to them the difference bewtween a “Burglary” and a “robbery”?

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  2. Mike AKA Proof – The cops in my division always call a burglary a “home invasion” if someone was sleeping inside while the burglary occurred. My usual retort is, “Did they have weapons, was anyone assaulted or tied up? No, then it’s not a home invasion.”

    Cathy – And they were just trying to turn their lives around.

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  3. If this had happened in a liberal state, the judge would have Released them without posting a bond.

    Florida? Well, probably not.

    Which reminds me about some “refugees” from Hurricane Katrina a few years ago. In NOLA, if they got caught in a criminal act, all they had to do was not talk to the cops or court for a month. The judge would turn them loose.

    When they wound up in court in Texas for committing a crime, they tried that and the judges in Houston kept their butts in jail until they were talking. It took some of them a week or two longer than a month, then they sang like canaries.

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  4. TXNick – It’s why I want out of Pennsylvania. Philly is a shithole, and a good part of the state is equally awful. I don’t need to be somewhere perfect, just someplace better than PA.

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