Louisville police's high-speed chase ends in Indiana after almost an hour

Drew Franklinabout 4 years


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It took dozens of Louisville Metro Police vehicles to chase down a red pickup truck and bring the suspect into custody Thursday afternoon. The chase began in Louisville and ended in a field in Floyd County, Indiana after 40 minutes of pursuit. I don't know what happened that led to the chase, nor am I an expert on the matter, but I do know the LMP should invest in some sort of training for things like this moving forward. Maybe invest in a video game console with Grand Theft Auto or have the entire force over for action movie night. Timothy Burke of @bubbaprog captured the video from WLKY: The chase wasn't a great performance, but they sure did put a whoopin' on that suspect as they took him into custody. And Twitter was there for reaction: https://twitter.com/Poppadontpreach/status/880544079750287360 https://twitter.com/Chris1Stubbs/status/880544743641423872 https://twitter.com/World_Wide_Wob/status/880542452544937985 https://twitter.com/alyxwhite_/status/880538428424716290 UPDATE WDRB reporting the suspect was wanted for stealing purses. [WDRB]

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