Police looking for car, suspects in Saturday chase

Pennsylvania State Police in Chambersburg are looking for three people who led troopers on a high speed chase down Lincoln Way East from Garman Drive into Adams County Saturday afternoon. Full Story
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Deez Truck Nutz

Royersford, PA

#1 Apr 19, 2009
They couldn't stop a primer gray hatchback that had a busted exhaust with a police interceptor? Oh yeah, I feel safe now.
GetACLUE

Plainfield, NJ

#2 Apr 19, 2009
You can run, but you can't hide!!!!!!!!
GetACLUE

Plainfield, NJ

#3 Apr 19, 2009
Deez Truck Nutz wrote:
They couldn't stop a primer gray hatchback that had a busted exhaust with a police interceptor? Oh yeah, I feel safe now.
One thing you must understand, when people want to be stupid and run from the police, they don't abide by any laws or care if they hurt anyone, the police do, therefore, it does not matter what kind of vehicle it is, so before you put your two cents in, go back to law school, and know what can and can't be done during a pursuit!!!!!!
SSDD

Philadelphia, PA

#6 Apr 19, 2009
Anonymous_Dissent wrote:
I hope the cops never catch them.
Police are fat bastards on a power trip. They spit on the Constitution and violate man's natural rights. They are dangerous.
Wow, it is quite obvious that you have been on the wrong side of the police at some point in your Lame *** life.......

Since: Mar 09

Houston, TX

#7 Apr 19, 2009
SSDD wrote:
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Wow, it is quite obvious that you have been on the wrong side of the police at some point in your Lame *** life.......
I have a clean criminal record. I've never once received a ticket, citation, or warning. I have never been stopped by a police officer nor search (with the exception of the TSA, which is the norm).
yep

Boiling Springs, PA

#8 Apr 19, 2009
Anonymous_Dissent wrote:
I hope the cops never catch them.
Police are fat bastards on a power trip. They spit on the Constitution and violate man's natural rights. They are dangerous.
I am surprised that you have time to leave comments on here. Shouldn't you be out collecting your welfare/dissability check so that you can spend it on drugs, alcohol, cigs and some scratch off lottery tickets. You'd better get loaded up for next weekend so that you can get drunk and beat up your old lady and then whine about your rights being violated when you get arrested. Hey, I am glad that I pay taxes so that the state can not only give you a free ride, but also give you the right to think that you deserve some sort of "free rights."

Since: Mar 09

Houston, TX

#9 Apr 19, 2009
Roy wrote:
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You are a big jack **** you might need their help sometime
Hardly. What does one expect from someone from Franklin County though?

Just recently police/federal agents brutalized a baptist pastor:


Oscar Grant was shot point blank in the back by police in early 2009: http://www.youtube.com/watch...

Derek Hale, a former Marine, was murdered by police in 2006: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Derek_Hale

A paralyzed man was dumped out of his wheelchair by police in 2008: http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/23144420/

The list could go on and on, and these are just a few that capture nation attention. Unfortunately we are forced to pay for them.

The police are something like the mob. They force you to pay their salaries, and if you don't they arrest you and throw you in prison. It's certainly a self-sustaining career.

Imagine if the free market provide defense services. Obviously the police would be quite a deal nicer, as they are providing a service to customers/clients. Our government does not do that, we are FORCED to pay for the police.

I don't want the help of these arrogant megalomaniacs. We've done without them before, and we can do without them again.

Since: Mar 09

Houston, TX

#10 Apr 19, 2009
yep wrote:
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I am surprised that you have time to leave comments on here. Shouldn't you be out collecting your welfare/dissability check so that you can spend it on drugs, alcohol, cigs and some scratch off lottery tickets. You'd better get loaded up for next weekend so that you can get drunk and beat up your old lady and then whine about your rights being violated when you get arrested. Hey, I am glad that I pay taxes so that the state can not only give you a free ride, but also give you the right to think that you deserve some sort of "free rights."
I'll pick up my check when you learn to spell.
sig sauer

Lansdale, PA

#11 Apr 19, 2009
Anonymous_Dissent wrote:
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Hardly. What does one expect from someone from Franklin County though?
Just recently police/federal agents brutalized a baptist pastor: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =YUzd7G875HcXX
Oscar Grant was shot point blank in the back by police in early 2009: http://www.youtube.com/watch...
Derek Hale, a former Marine, was murdered by police in 2006: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Derek_Hale
A paralyzed man was dumped out of his wheelchair by police in 2008: http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/23144420/
The list could go on and on, and these are just a few that capture nation attention. Unfortunately we are forced to pay for them.
The police are something like the mob. They force you to pay their salaries, and if you don't they arrest you and throw you in prison. It's certainly a self-sustaining career.
Imagine if the free market provide defense services. Obviously the police would be quite a deal nicer, as they are providing a service to customers/clients. Our government does not do that, we are FORCED to pay for the police.
I don't want the help of these arrogant megalomaniacs. We've done without them before, and we can do without them again.
I hope one day you or your family never need police protection, you for one don't have a clue about the profession unless you have been there and done it. No policeman has the authority to throw some one in prison, it has go through the court system. To me you sound like a criminal, or someone who doesn't like authority, why don't you move to Iran, sounds like you would fit in nicely.

Since: Mar 09

Houston, TX

#12 Apr 19, 2009
sig sauer wrote:
<quoted text>I hope one day you or your family never need police protection, you for one don't have a clue about the profession unless you have been there and done it. No policeman has the authority to throw some one in prison, it has go through the court system. To me you sound like a criminal, or someone who doesn't like authority, why don't you move to Iran, sounds like you would fit in nicely.
Your comment about not understanding "the [police] profession" is misguided and mendacious, at best. I sure as hell haven't smoked a cigarette, yet I can still tell you about the health effects of smoke. You don't have to always do a task to understand it.

Police have the ability to arrest you and place you in jail before you face a judge for your bail/charges/etc.

You've misunderstood my position on authority. I don't mind it, so long as it is not forced upon me, such as willingly entering into a job where I go in with the understanding I will have a boss.

Why would I move to Iran? That's the most idiotic comment today. They have police, and they're religious police who arrest homosexuals, fornicators, and Christians. Of course, some people on this forum would agree with the earlier two...
sig sauer

Lansdale, PA

#13 Apr 19, 2009
Anonymous_Dissent wrote:
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Your comment about not understanding "the [police] profession" is misguided and mendacious, at best. I sure as hell haven't smoked a cigarette, yet I can still tell you about the health effects of smoke. You don't have to always do a task to understand it.
Police have the ability to arrest you and place you in jail before you face a judge for your bail/charges/etc.
You've misunderstood my position on authority. I don't mind it, so long as it is not forced upon me, such as willingly entering into a job where I go in with the understanding I will have a boss.
Why would I move to Iran? That's the most idiotic comment today. They have police, and they're religious police who arrest homosexuals, fornicators, and Christians. Of course, some people on this forum would agree with the earlier two...
Sorry, I guess your comments just xxxxxx me off since I've been married to a P O for many years. It's not even worth commenting about, sometimes my thoughts just get away from me.
Bucky Beaver

Braselton, GA

#14 Apr 19, 2009
"Police said the pair were in an older primer gray/silver hatchback vehicle with a black rear bumper and very loud exhaust."

Shouldn't be too hard to find; there can't be more than a couple hundred cars zipping around c'burg that fit that description...
whatever

Wilmington, DE

#15 Apr 19, 2009
GetACLUE wrote:
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One thing you must understand, when people want to be stupid and run from the police, they don't abide by any laws or care if they hurt anyone, the police do, therefore, it does not matter what kind of vehicle it is, so before you put your two cents in, go back to law school, and know what can and can't be done during a pursuit!!!!!!
ur as much an idiot as the ones in the car....they pursued them well into ADAMS county, they had plenty of time to stop them, good news for criminals just drive to ADAMS county the police will let you go, they cant have road blocks, spike strips or for that matter they cant keep up ... what a joke
GetACLUE

Plainfield, NJ

#16 Apr 19, 2009
whatever wrote:
<quoted text>ur as much an idiot as the ones in the car....they pursued them well into ADAMS county, they had plenty of time to stop them, good news for criminals just drive to ADAMS county the police will let you go, they cant have road blocks, spike strips or for that matter they cant keep up ... what a joke
when you can tell me what police academy or law school you graduated from, then, come talk to me, it's obvious you know nothing about nothing and like most people that respond to articles like this, your just a curb side attorney, that thinks he knows the answers.....""" ""NOT"" """"
Tobias

Wilmington, DE

#17 Apr 19, 2009
Thank you constitution for allow use ALL the right to express. w/o that protection the police would be on our door today
bobo

United States

#18 Apr 20, 2009
yep wrote:
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I am surprised that you have time to leave comments on here. Shouldn't you be out collecting your welfare/dissability check so that you can spend it on drugs, alcohol, cigs and some scratch off lottery tickets. You'd better get loaded up for next weekend so that you can get drunk and beat up your old lady and then whine about your rights being violated when you get arrested. Hey, I am glad that I pay taxes so that the state can not only give you a free ride, but also give you the right to think that you deserve some sort of "free rights."
Now there you go bashing all the good things in life ! what is up with that ? are u some sort of lib freak?
DTOM

Manahawkin, NJ

#19 Apr 20, 2009
Hey I am all for "live free or die" but since you put that into your ID, then you realize our founding fathers knew a lawless land would not flourish. Look no further than Iraq or Somalia and you will see what happens in a land with no laws..so yes some police are heavy, some are jerks, but they have an important job and their a checks and balances to keep them in their place.
Anonymous_Dissent wrote:
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I have a clean criminal record. I've never once received a ticket, citation, or warning. I have never been stopped by a police officer nor search (with the exception of the TSA, which is the norm).
DTOM

Manahawkin, NJ

#20 Apr 20, 2009
Anonymous_Dissent:
Libertarians were not lawless, radical right wing thugs....please do not represent as such.
BUKSCINNER

Sterling, VA

#21 Apr 20, 2009
Anonymous_Dissent wrote:
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I have a clean criminal record. I've never once received a ticket, citation, or warning. I have never been stopped by a police officer nor search (with the exception of the TSA, which is the norm).
For whatever reason the coppers do break into your house with guns pulled yelling "place your hands behind your back", what are you going to do? Fight them tooth and nail or obey? I can understand the police's heightened adenaline levels and force.
evreryday

Wilmington, DE

#22 Apr 20, 2009
Justice will come to these folks either here on earth or the good lord above.

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