In a classic case of 'you can run, but you cannot hide', the good guys win again.


The hashtag in the post below from the Pasco Police pretty much says it all...#strangthingsareafootattheCircleK. When will dingleberries like this learn that if you have warrants, a suspended license, and the like, that's the time you need to fly under the radar. Falling asleep behind the wheel in your vehicle in a Pasco Circle K parking lot at 3 a.m. is not exactly flying under the radar.

So the cops wake him up and he hands over his license. I guess he was too drowsy to speed off BEFORE he handed over his ID. Total dingleberry. Now the officer is holding his ID and he mashes it to the floor and the chase begins. He was about to kill somebody so the chase was terminated.

New county, new chase...

As he speeds out of Franklin County, he's soon running from Benton County Sheriff's Deputies. Remember, this all started at 3 a.m., and by the time they have him in custody, it's now 4 a.m.

All in a night's work for our brave men and women in law enforcement. Pasco Police were even nice enough to meet BSCO deputies and hand over the driver's license he initially sped away from.

BCSO FOUND OUR SUSPECT. Suspect Elias Ramirez, DOB 101687 of Pasco, was contacted by Pasco officers at the Circle-K,...

Posted by Pasco Police on Tuesday, April 20, 2021

 

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