Routine Traffic Stop Ends In Foot Pursuit

foot pursuit pdPHOTOS: An Officer doing a routine traffic stop on County Line Road this evening, ended up chasing down the driver. It occurred about 8:15 p.m. when a cop pulled over a vehicle near Joe Parker Road. The driver pulled over and bailed out of the vehicle and ran. The Officer got out of his foot pursuit 2patrol car and gave chase, while calling for backup. Several additional backup units responded, but the driver was not found.

It is unclear what the Motor Vehicle Stop was for. TLS-60

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  1. # 3 whats your problem ? only want to enforce the laws you choose ?well you can’t do that we might as well have no laws then

  2. to #4 WAKE UP AND SMELL THE COFEE!!!! i have been living here for 20 years and i can tell you factual stories that will make your hair stand!!!

  3. I am willing to bet that the car had PA plates. Those fellows are not insured & probably do not have a valid license. They are known to leave the scene of an accident, or police stops, and they run & hide. This has happened countless times here in Lakewood. We need to enforce our borders.

  4. To # 4, Sounds like you’re on someones payroll. Simple Loitering laws are trampled on every day in Downtown and you’re concerned about a permit for some wonderful farmers. Drugs and guns are sold on our streets everyday and you’re troubled that the farmers are selling some veges.

  5. Anonymous says:
    JULY 19, 2010 AT 8:02 AM
    what’s a k9 ?

    A dog…something Lakewood does not have as an active part of their police force. Mostly used for tracking, and other law enforcement needs.

  6. The car was either stolen, or he had lots to hide. Obviously checking the car’s registration wouldn’t help, right?!

    I say first crackdown on the US borders, and then crack down on our neighboring states borders. Why are PA’s auto laws so different? Why are they so lenient? Here you can’t even buy a car without proof of insurance!

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