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County Pursuit Policy?
October 18, 2013 | 12:39 PM

I am not defending anything the driver did in this incident, but was there a need to chase a vehicle due to defective tailight at speeds of 90 mph?

After getting the vehicle tag number etc, the issue could've been pursued by going to the address at which the vehicle is registered to see who was driving it.

This situation may not have warranted it, but some pursuits should not occur based on the situation. I only make this post to ask if there is a county vehicle pursuit policy, and if not, maybe we need one.

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