Monday, February 10, 2020

KANSAS CITY 100MPH POLICE CHASE!!!

Roundup on the fast moving local crime scene and a glimpse of speedy local late night life . . . Take a look:

Man arrested after high-speed chase in Kansas City

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A robbery suspect led police on a chase Monday night with speeds exceeding 100 mph. The chase began about 10 p.m. near East 34th Street and Indiana Avenue in Kansas City. The driver sped from police in a black Dodge Charger and spent most of the chase without the car's headlights on.

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

Oh shit Tony its still Monday! So was that chase last week on Tuesday? and old news?? Just asking. Tony you are starting to resemble FAKE news bro? - get your shit together man!

Anonymous said...

^^Stop acting so stupid. Yes we all know you're a douchebag whose amounts to nothing and never will be anything.

Tony didn't write the story, 41 Action News Staff is who screwed up forgetting what day it is.

Greedo said...

Sorry, but both of you guys are wrong. The chase was tonight. There are many chases in KC. Some of them even cover the same streets.

Here's the tweet confirmation and more info about tonight's chase.

Anonymous said...

12:06 is correct. KSHB made the mistake initially. That's some nitpicky shit @11:53. Sounds like a total b*tch-made-man in need of a real life.

Anonymous said...

Greedo you bitch 12:06 is right and you're wrong, what a jerk, pay attention or STFU!

Retro ROCKER said...

I CAN'T DRIVE 55

Anonymous said...

^^LOLZ

Anonymous said...

^^^ Just stop at "I CAN'T DRIVE" Retro, we all know you lost your license and became one of the bearded bums on stolen bikes pedaling around town that "Pantiesinna" Bunch claims to represent!

Anonymous said...

weird comments, anyway, this guy, driving like this, what an asshole. you want to see prison reserved for the worst people, but if he's just going to drive like this when he's out, I say, lock him up a while. never ever ever a drivers license for this asshole but from a public safety standpoint he's likely to drive again no matter what