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Man Leads Police on High Speed Chase in Luzerne County

LUZERNE, P.a. — Luzerne Borough police say that a man failed to pull over for a traffic stop around 3:30 p.m on Saturday.

The man then led police on a high-speed chase endangering the lives of many citizens in Luzerne as he even drove the wrong way down some roads.

The driver eventually lost control of his vehicle and crashed his vehicle at the bottom of an embankment where he took off on foot.

The man has not yet been found by police.

Police have narrowed down a suspect but have not yet released the name.

Anyone with information is asked to contact the police in Luzerne.

6 comments

  • J (@ds18301)

    I hope Shifty, Woerhle et al, and those of his ilk elsewhere on these pages, who tragically have chosen to condemn themselves to live in the cesspool of their own hatred, have a nice Easter.

    • sick-of-fake-news

      It’s an Easter miracle this moron deciding to lead police on a high speed chase instead of getting a ticket for an expired registration didn’t kill anyone in the process. That intersection where he crashed is always filled with a high volume of traffic, especially in the afternoon on a holiday weekend. He risked the lives of everyone there. I hope they capture him before anyone gets hurt. He’s obviously got more to hide than just an expired sticker. That’s basic common sense.

  • Shifty Biscuits

    I wish our local police would follow the practices of the Sacramento PD. Eliminate the problem today, and you won’t have to deal with it tomorrow. Once a ghetto thugged hoodrat, always a ghetto thugged hoodrat. Seeing as it’s back to work for everyone tomorrow, the Sacramento protests should start winding down. Oh wait……..nevermind.

  • Dana Smith

    And we wonder why this law abiding black male doesn’t have bullet holes in him , Our police need to up their game , Maybe if we could deactivate airbags in fleeing cars and let Darwin run amok ? Maybe he;ll sue the police for interfering with his rights and loss of drug sales ?

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