Will somebody please explain to these idiot cops that high speed chase is dangerous to the community
The Fairfax County Cops have already killed a woman in a high speed response...enough is enough
UPDATE: Man who led Fairfax Police on high-speed pursuit has been arrested
Brandon Forrest, 30, charged with possession of stolen property, grand larceny
The man that lead police on a high-speed pursuit in Fairfax has been arrested.
Brandon Forrest, 30, of Washington D.C., was arrested and charged for the Tuesday, Dec. 6, pursuit from Tysons Corner that ended on Interstate-395 and Washington Boulevard.
Forrest was taken to the Adult Detention Center where he was charged with possession of stolen property with the intent to sell and two counts of grand larceny.
Fairfax County Police were involved in a high-speed pursuit this morning after an investigation uncovered a larceny case at a department store in Tysons Corner.
Officers attempted to perform a routine traffic stop, but the suspects did not adhere to orders, which initiated a high-speed pursuit.
The pursuit proceeded out of Fairfax County, and with the assistance of Virginia State Police and Arlington County Police, the pursuit ended along I-395.
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