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CAR CHASE: Why did Houston police let this vehicle go at one point…?

Posted by on Friday, March 23rd, 2018 @ 8:34 pm.

Screencap of chase vid

HOUSTON, Texas - Folks may have seen this bizarre car chase Thursday, March 22, but if you didn't...it bears watching.

News reports out of Houston, Texas, said that a domestic assault was called in at 8 a.m. Thursday morning, and plenty of video was made of the slow-speed chase that ensued when the suspect took off after allegedly beating/pistol-whipping his girlfriend.

However, why authorities had the vehicle pinned up against a concrete k-rail on an interstate, then let him go, has not been explained.

They ultimately had to use a PIT maneuver to get him stopped, and he was apprehended, taken into custody, and charged.

Maybe it was because the suspect was armed, but seriously...at 5:25 on the below video, they had him, with guns drawn and with his vehicle blocked in by three police vehicles and the k-rail, and for whatever reason, the officers holstered their weapons, got back in their vehicles, the front vehicle moved out of the way of the suspect, the suspect pulled away, and the chase went on.

Watch that portion below, and be sure to watch for the action at 5:25.


We'd like to hear your theories as to why this nonsense was allowed to occur.

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