A cross-county police chase, “like a movie,” resting on a Ford F-150 bed


Summary of possible plots: Men and women can be seen shooting men and trying to drag his body into the canal. The couple doesn’t expect someone to see it all go down. The suspect slows down after witnesses contact the sheriff and tell them that the pair is loading their body on the bed of a pickup truck. A few minutes later, sheriffs find the truck (and the dead man’s body part in the back bed of the pickup) as the chase crosses the county and ends under a major interstate highway.

“It’s like a movie I just watched on Netflix,” read a post on the Florida Sheriff’s Facebook post.

Tonight’s TV listings?

No. Netflix may be working on a recent true crime story from Sunshine in a documentary about Cocaine Cowboys and Jeffrey Epstein currently rotating on streaming services. But Netflix isn’t too obsessed with this yet.

Rather, the story comes directly from the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office.

Crime scene

According to lawmakers, this has happened:

Palm Beach County Sheriff spokeswoman Teri Barbera told WPTV5 that the department had been called around 9 pm on Friday. I saw a shooting And they were trying to drag the victim’s body into a canal near Lakeworth.

“On the way to the scene, the caller advised the suspect to load the victim’s body into a pickup truck, the gray Ford F-150,” the sheriff advised on Facebook and Twitter social media accounts. Posted in.

Before the agent arrived, the man and woman rushed with the bodies of the dead victims in the truck bed, the agent said.

A few minutes later, a road patrol agent in Palm Beach County saw Ford’s pickups on 6th Avenue and Congress Avenue — “a part of the dead’s body is visible in the backbed area.”

Then, from the old favorite chase flick of the 70’s, like Bart “The Bandit” Reynolds with Jackie “Smokey Bear” Gleason on the tail, I-from 6th Avenue east across the two counties. Roar towards the Martin Highway at 95 and then 95 north. Martin County.

Martin County Sheriff William Snyder told WPTV that the suspect was traveling at least 100 miles per hour.

Pit maneuver

Sheriffs at Palm Beach and Martin County performed a “pit operation” to end the chase and stopped pickup on the Martin Highway under I-95. Both suspects were detained and the bodies of the dead were found in a truck bed, according to a Palm Beach agent.

NS Pit maneuverAccording to the US Department of Justice, the PIT for Precision Immobilization Technique Maneuver is “a technology used by law enforcement officers to suddenly rotate a fleeing vehicle 180 degrees to stall and stop the vehicle.”

“All tracking ends in Martin County, they just don’t get confused! Sounds like a movie scene. Crazy! Congratulations! [law enforcement] Read another post on the Agency, Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office Facebook thread.

Both departments are still under investigation and have not yet announced their names.