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10-mile pursuit from Henrico ends in Richmond crash

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RICHMOND, Va. (WTVR) - Four suspects are in custody after a police pursuit that started in Henrico's West End ended in a crash in Richmond.

"Officers were responding to a suspicious situation call in the area of Sycamore Lane and Gibralatar Drive around 1:30 p.m. A vehicle observed leaving that scene was spotted by an officer near Parham and Ackley Avenue," Henrico Police spokeswoman Lt. Linda Toney said. "When the officer tried to stop the vehicle, the vehicle failed to stop and a pursuit was initiated."

The suspects' vehicle eventually crashed at Mechanicsville Turnpike and Cool Lane in Richmond -- approximately 10 miles from where police first spotted the car.

Police said none of the suspects were hurt. Charges are pending the outcome of the police investigation.

Stay with and CBS 6 News for updates on this developing story.


    • that guy

      All y’all hollering good job till u get a DUI then I say good job for locking hard working people when the cops do the most drinking driving they protect their own not us repeat not us people open your eyes stop being so stupid and believing everything you see you know the media is the way politics manipulate society Message for those who didn’t know


    Wonder what they were being “pursued” for? A “Suspicious Situation”? A “10 mile’ pursuit is pretty lengthy and dangerous…good thing no one was hurt! Then this story would be completely different!
    Doesn’t PD have a pursuit policy?

    • athynz

      Sounds like they are guilty of something if they fled from the cops into Mechanicsville. But sure, stick up for the lawbreakers who have proven their guilt over something by not stopping for the cops.

    • Ethan J

      Why don’t you wait for the full story before you cop bash from your basement. Amazing all the people that defend the felons on here. Looks like a very professional job well done.

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