Frau befreit sich aus Handschellen und klaut Polizeiauto

von Stefan Maier

Für die Polizei in Texas war es ein peinlicher Zwischenfall. Eine gerade festgenommene Frau konnte sich aus den Handschellen befreien und vom Ort des Geschehens flüchten – im Polizeiauto! Das Video von der gewagten Aktion ist derzeit ein Hit im Netz.

Die 33 Jahre alte Toscha Sponsler wurde wegen des Verdachts auf Diebstahl festgenommen. Mit Handschellen gefesselt wurde die Verdächtige auf den Rücksitz des Polizeiautos gesetzt. Dort gelingt es ihr, den Sitzgurt zu lösen. Nach kurzer Zeit schafft sie es sogar, sich aus den Handschellen zu befreien. Die Polizeibeamten sind derweil mit der Durchsuchung des Rucksacks der Frau beschäftigt und bemerken nicht, was vor sich geht. Sponsler nutzt ihre Chance. Sie checkt kurz, ob sie tatsächlich unbeobachtet ist und quetscht sich dann nach vorne auf den Fahrersitz.

„What the hell“ ruft einer der Polizisten, als das Polizeiauto mit quietschenden Reifen losfährt ...

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Texas Woman Steals Police Car Then Crashes It During Chase

** Subscribe for more: https://goo.gl/5clm0J ** Law enforcement officials have identified the chase suspect as Toscha Sponsler, a 33-year-old Alto native who is now under arrest with multiple charges, aside from her unauthorized use of a motor vehicle. Police report that the call that originated this incident was for a suspicious person and/or possible shoplifter at Ulta. Sponsler left the store on foot and eventually was put under arrest near South First at Loop 287. She was handcuffed behind her back and buckled up in the back of a police unit to be taken to jail when she slipped out of one of the handcuffs, was able to get out of the seatbelt and climbed through the vehicle's sliding partition window. After getting through the window, Sponsler gained access to the driver's seat. While she was trying to escape, officers were standing behind the car, searching through a backpack and purse Sponsler had tried to ditch when the police vehicle almost backed into them and drove away. The suspect led police units on a chase down Loop 287 at Tulane to Whitehouse and to various other roads at speeds that reached roughly 100 mph, almost making a head-on collision with two Lufkin officers, Constable Chad Wilson and several other drivers. Police officers reported seeing her continuously reaching and fumbling for the officer's shotgun, which is mechanically locked inside the unit. Multiple law enforcement agencies joined the chase with DPS leading them. Shortly after, troopers used a pursuit intervention technique maneuver to spin Sponsler out close to state Highway 63 at the 69 south intersection. Sponsler then left the road and crashed into a tree at 6:03 p.m.. A medical unit was called out to the scene, but Sponsler declined further medical treatment before she was taken to jail. Law enforcement officials found Sponsler in possession of a felony amount of methamphetamine after she was arrested will charge her additionally with escape, evading on foot, unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, possession of a controlled substance and aggravated assault of a police officer. The police unit, a Tahoe, was damaged heavily and is likely totaled. No one was hurt during the chase and police say that the incident will be further reviewed to make sure the best practices were met. The incident is still under investigation. Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PoliceActivity Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Police_Activity (Disclaimer: Video posted strictly for educational and information purposes only)



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