Police chase goes wrong way on I-465

Police chase goes wrong way on I-465

There are 77 comments on the The Indianapolis Star story from Jul 20, 2007, titled Police chase goes wrong way on I-465. In it, The Indianapolis Star reports that:

A driver who led police on a chase the wrong way on I-465 on the Southside was arrested early this morning.

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Concerned Taxpayer

United States

#1 Jul 20, 2007
Again, as usual, the Ryerson Red Star Rag headlines an article making the police look bad.

The headline should read "Robber flees wrong way on I-465."

Instead, in typical liberal fashion, they print "Police chase goes wrong way on I-465."

Anything to make it look like the police did something wrong, not a criminal.
Nolin

Decatur, IL

#2 Jul 20, 2007
How many times do we really need to make it clear that "WTHR reported"?
grumpy

Indianapolis, IN

#3 Jul 20, 2007
The idiots keep doing this because they know there's no down side. They probably won't get away, but the fleeing charge doesn't add any weight to the eventual plea bargain package.

But the guy endangered more people in the chase than he did in the robbery; fleeing through heavy urban traffic ought to be a heavy, heavy felony.
Axelrod Gunnarson

Indianapolis, IN

#4 Jul 20, 2007
Concerned Taxpayer wrote:
The headline should read "Robber flees wrong way on I-465."
That wouldn't sell as many papers
Scan

Los Angeles, CA

#7 Jul 20, 2007
Again....expand the use of Capital Punishment!!
LoreenL

San Jose, CA

#8 Jul 20, 2007
The Star reporters are third class. They make minimum wage, so cut them so slack.

“We're all Bozos on this bus”

Since: Jan 07

South Bend, IN

#9 Jul 20, 2007
Must have been late for his Mensa meeting.
White Rabit

Indianapolis, IN

#10 Jul 20, 2007
I agree with Grumpy

White Rabbit
madman

Noblesville, IN

#11 Jul 20, 2007
The article said it was a robbery? Was it Bart Peterson fleeing after he robbed all the taxpayers?????
James Gonzales-Meisler

West Lafayette, IN

#12 Jul 20, 2007
Concerned Taxpayer wrote:
Again, as usual, the Ryerson Red Star Rag headlines an article making the police look bad.
The headline should read "Robber flees wrong way on I-465."
Instead, in typical liberal fashion, they print "Police chase goes wrong way on I-465."
Anything to make it look like the police did something wrong, not a criminal.
Then why don't you read another newspaper?

http://www.jamesmeisler.com
Smokey

AOL

#13 Jul 20, 2007
Concerned Taxpayer wrote:
Again, as usual, the Ryerson Red Star Rag headlines an article making the police look bad.
The headline should read "Robber flees wrong way on I-465."
Instead, in typical liberal fashion, they print "Police chase goes wrong way on I-465."
Anything to make it look like the police did something wrong, not a criminal.
Only you could turn a police chase into a liberal or conservative issue. Give it a rest. We've grown tired of your BS.
Tim Davidson

Plainfield, IN

#14 Jul 20, 2007
Seems to me the police were adding to the danger by following the suspect the wrong way on the highway.
Whatever

Florence, KY

#15 Jul 20, 2007
James Gonzales-Meisler wrote:
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Then why don't you read another newspaper?
Are there any other rags in this town?
Socrates

Indianapolis, IN

#16 Jul 20, 2007
Tim Davidson wrote:
Seems to me the police were adding to the danger by following the suspect the wrong way on the highway.
So... they were supposed to let him go? I personally would notice big flashing blue and red lights coming toward me a lot easier than some random car at 90mph.
Andy

Indianapolis, IN

#17 Jul 20, 2007
That's about the most moronic thing I have ever heard. Just wave goodbye as he enters the highway the wrong way. As another poster said, the red and blues of the police are going to forewarn the people going the right way much better than the scuzzball in his cutlass.
Tim Davidson wrote:
Seems to me the police were adding to the danger by following the suspect the wrong way on the highway.
USA

United States

#18 Jul 20, 2007
HE SHOULD OF BEEN SHOT DEAD AS SOON AS HE WENT THE WRONG WAY ON 465. HOW MANY PEOPLE DID HE PASS GOING THE WRONG WAY. WE ARE LUCKY THAT WE DON'T HAVE THAT MANY CASKETS FILLED TODAY.
Greg fm Indy

United States

#20 Jul 20, 2007
This is a classic case whereby the police did an excellent job stopping this thug.......now watch the judge let him walk.......never ceases to amaze me!!!!!!
Dennis Ryerson

Indianapolis, IN

#22 Jul 20, 2007
Tim Davidson wrote:
Seems to me the police were adding to the danger by following the suspect the wrong way on the highway.
That is correct.

Thanks for reading the Star.
goat

Indianapolis, IN

#23 Jul 20, 2007
It amazes me that fleeing in a car is only a D Felony. It is so dangerous, anyone who chooses to flee the police in a car should face an A or B Felony.
Bill

United States

#24 Jul 20, 2007
grumpy wrote:
But the guy endangered more people in the chase than he did in the robbery; fleeing through heavy urban traffic ought to be a heavy, heavy felony.
You're exactly right.

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