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Man Charged With Stealing Officer's Cruiser

Boston Globe via YellowBrix

November 22, 2010

LACONIA, N.H.—A New Hampshire man is facing charges he stole a police cruiser and then led officers on a three-town chase in another vehicle.

Thirty-nine-year Brett Davis of Laconia is facing charges he drove off Saturday night in the cruiser of a Laconia police officer who had responded to a complaint that Davis drove his pickup truck into his girlfriend’s vehicle.

Police recovered the cruiser after about 25 minutes.

Davis then allegedly got back into his own vehicle and led police on a chase through Laconia, Gilmanton and Pittsfield, where he was arrested.

The New Hampshire Union Leader says Davis is being held at Merrimack County jail in Boscawen. He’s due in court Monday to answer some of the charges.


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    Jonas

    over 3 years ago

    43622 Comments

    bump wiseass0282. I think I remember seeing this one...lol!

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    Irishcop1961

    almost 4 years ago

    51032 Comments

    Bump BigNTS.

  • John_groh_max50

    wiseass0282

    almost 4 years ago

    10982 Comments

    Sounds like a KeyStone Cops movie. I can picture this guy driving and or running around with a bunch of Officers in old time uniforms waving their nightsticks

  • 1979_max50

    Robocop33

    almost 4 years ago

    14642 Comments

    That's the way it reads BigNTS, I don't understand it either!

  • Cruise_2014_max50

    BigNTS

    almost 4 years ago

    6840 Comments

    Wait... He crashes his vehicle into his girlfriend's, then steals a police car, is caught, and somehow manages to get back into his own vehicle and chased through 3 towns? Either I am reading this wrong, the reporter got the facts wrong, or the cops missed a few procedures.

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