Fleeing driver didn’t want his car to be towed; it was

Fleeing driver didn’t want his car to be towed; it was
Photo: unnamed errant driver under arrest

SOUTH SACRAMENTO – As an officer with the South Sacramento CHP drove north on SR-99, he spotted someone driving and talking on their cell phone at the same time.

The driver of the Acura failed to yield and instead recklessly drove in all lanes and even the right side shoulder as he evaded the officer.

In fact, the fleeing driver nearly hit another CHP officer who was making an enforcement stop in the right shoulder of SR-99.

The chase continued on to the Florin Avenue exit, through a construction zone, a residential neighborhood and through a red light.

At this point the pursuing officer called off his pursuit, in deference to the safety of “innocent motorists and pedestrians.”

90 minutes later, “an undercover Investigator from CHP Valley Division Investigative Services Unit (ISU) located the Acura and the driver parked in front of a relatives house near where our officer terminated the pursuit.” According to the CHP.

The unnamed driver struggled a bit, for some reason, but eventually landed in jail.

Why didn’t the driver stop? Because he had a suspended license and didn’t want his car to be towed. The CHP ended their report, “the Acura was sent to car jail.”

#shouldhavejuststopped #ticketisbetterthanjail #252motorsquad

Fleeing driver didn’t want his car to be towed; it was was last modified: February 5th, 2020 by admin
Categories: Sacramento

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