Suspects Shoot At Police And Drunk Woman Runs Over Family, Sobs To Police

The video above shows a police chase that occurred in the city of Bloomfield in San Juan County, New Mexico on May 12th, 2007. The video starts off with Bloomfield Police Officers Joe Templeton and Randon Matthews arriving at a disturbance call when the suspect’s vehicle backs into Officer Matthews’ car. One passenger exits the car and the driver still tries to get away when Officer Templeton fires a TASER at the driver, but the darts hit two different people which prevented the weapon from working properly. At this point, the driver is able to get away and the police begin pursuit. At multiple times during the police chase, you can hear gunshots as the suspects fire at the pursuing officers. The chase comes to an end when a police officer is able to perform the PIT maneuver to disable the car. At this point, the suspect, 22-year-old Lionel Claw begins firing at police.

The video below shows the arrest of 24-year-old Cassandra Grammel on Sunday, October 6th, 2013 in Delray Beach, Florida. Grammel has been charged with DUI after plowing through a young couple who were crossing the street and pushing their two children in a stroller. After Grammel plowed through the couple, she continued on until she ran into some traffic signs a few minutes later. The dash cam footage begins after police officers catch up with her and begin to ask her questions. Grammel can be heard crying and saying that she is sorry, but then changes her story to say that she didn’t hit anyone, and then goes back to saying she’s sorry. The victims were Daniel and Kelly Heneghan of Haddon Township, New Jersey and they were both taken to the hospital and survived the accident. The two children in the stroller were unharmed.