Live PD: Tummy Tuck (Season 3) | A&E
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Live PD: Tummy Tuck (Season 3) | A&E


– All right, so we’re trying
to get a stop on this car. Officer Marshall observed it
fail to use a turn signal, tipped at a traffic stop. And now, the vehicle’s fleeing. So we’re in pursuit. [police radio chatter] – I think we’ve got it pinned
into this parking lot here. Yeah. – Recording. [beeping] – We got a pursuit. – 31’s with them. All call in pursuit. [sirens] [sirens] – 74’s third car. [sirens] – [inaudible] Get GO. [sirens] – Linsday, take her. I’m gonna stay with the car. 74’s with the vehicle. I’ll call pursuit northbound
through the parking lot towards Family Dollar. – Northbound through the parking
lot towards the Family Dollar. [sirens] – Unsuccessful pit coming
back out to Shadeland. Disregard, stand by. Pit successful. [sirens] – Get [muted] hands! Get out of the car! Get out of the car! Get out of the [muted] car! [sirens] Take your seat belt off! Take your seat belt off! Get on the [muted] ground! [sirens] [groaning] – 75? – What’s wrong with you, dude? – 75, does she have a 32 on her? – Negative. – Did you see one
get tossed out? He’s saying she had a gun. – You scared of that
little bitty thing? – No, she had a pistol, bro. What do you [bleep] me do to? – Come on, man. – Know what I’m saying? – You gotta be better
than that, dude. – I didn’t want to run, bro. – He was saying she
had a gun, put it to his head or something. It forced him to run. But I find that hard to believe. She got out and put her
hands up and didn’t give us any grief at all. And he kept running. So they didn’t run for nothing. So there’s something
somewhere that they either threw out or in this vehicle. Our driver here is
complaining of chest pain. Apparently, he’s got some
prior chest or heart condition. So he’s probably going to be
transported to the hospital. Why would your buddy say that
he was running, because you had a gun to his head? – I had a gun to his
head, are you serious? – He said you
wouldn’t let him stop. – I was jumping out of the car,
because I wanted him to stop. I was just– – You weren’t
throwing anything out? – No, I didn’t. I swear to God I didn’t. I just wanted out of the car. I just got out of jail on bond. I’m not trying to go to jail. I did not have no gun to
his head, are you crazy? – I didn’t say you did. – I’m sorry. – I’m just asking. – Hey, bud, we’re gonna cut
your shirt off real quick, all right? – Blood pressure is 140 over 90. – [inaudible] – Hey, listen, man, we got to. – We– we got to at
least get to your chest. – Your hand [inaudible]. – What’s his deal? Why would he run? – Did you see him conceal it in
his shorts or in his underwear? – Hey, uh, when you– when
you get to the hospital, she’s saying he was tucking
stuff into his fat rolls and like his waist band. – OK. – So do a real good check. K9 had a positive alert for
narcotics in the vehicle. So we went through it pretty
well and haven’t located any. So I’m pretty sure she was–
when she had this door open, she was tossing it out. It’s probably why
he’s smelling it. He’ll be under arrest at this
point for a felony evading. And if some narcotics are
located on his person, then he’ll face additional
charges for those. Well, right now, I don’t have
anything to charge you on, OK? – OK.
– So I’m going to release you. – OK. Thank you. – Pick better friends. – Yes. – And stop hanging around
people that do meth.

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