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WATCH: A Dozen Cops Yank Man from Truck, Attack Him Like a Pack of Dogs


Clark County, IN — A dramatic high-speed chase involving the Indiana State Police was captured on video Thursday as it came to a violent end in an Indiana corn field. Unlike many high-speed chases in the past caught on video, the camera in the chopper above did not pan away when the violence began.

The chase, which lasted for 45 minutes, began in a different town and involved a suspect who was wanted for stealing purses. Robert Ellis was wanted for thieving purses from women at gas stations while they were inside paying or pumping gas.

“It looks like he’s getting gas and most people are not aware of their surroundings and what he’s actually doing, he’s watching you,” Detective Chris Starks said in a report looking for thier suspect. “As that person is punching in their code, or punching in their payment type on the gas pump, that’s when he strikes.”

His crimes, if he is found guilty, certainly warrant punishment, especially if he caused injury to anyone in the process, but not from cops acting as judge, jury, and executioner.

However, that appears to be what happened.

After leading police through multiple rural areas, Ellis turned off into a cornfield off Highway 60 in Clark County. As Ellis cruises across the field, more than 20 police cruisers are seen in pursuit with at least a dozen breaking off the road to pursue him through the farmland.

Ellis spins out and loses control, sending the backend of his red pickup truck into an irrigation canal. He was effectively stopped at this point.

All da p00p right here

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Comment by Ken Oath on July 1, 2017 at 5:07am

A presidential nomination?

Comment by Diana on June 30, 2017 at 8:39pm

20 Police Cars!  Where were the armored vehicles?  For God's sake this man stole purses.  What do they send out for a real threat to society? 

Comment by Ken Oath on June 30, 2017 at 7:44pm

A big thanks to the police and news crew videoing the scene have been posted to facebook by criminals pissed on the proceeds of the day

Comment by Ken Oath on June 30, 2017 at 7:43pm

Meanwhile in other news criminals in other parts of town had field day robbing stuff while the police were busy with the driver, thieves were seen to monitor the footage from the helicopter and stopped when they saw the police start leaving the scene

Comment by Ken Oath on June 30, 2017 at 7:40pm

An investigation is underway into how the police could have been left so vulnerable

Comment by Ken Oath on June 30, 2017 at 7:40pm

Calls for back up due to a shortage of police needed to arrest the man were ignored


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