to connectVideoRaw video: Fort Worth PD, chief, chase down fleeing suspect
The driver is believed to have caused a multi-car accident, takes off on foot.
The top cop in Fort Worth, Texas, showed he can still do it if it’s going to have to find a fleeing suspect.
Chief Ed Kraus, ” the pursuit of a suspect Friday morning in the back yard and over the fence before it was captured by a police helicopter on the scene.
The police said that the suspect took off after causing a multi-car accident on I-20, Fox 4 in Dallas reports. Kraus happened to be in the area in his vehicle by the police.
Image taken from a video shot by a police helicopter, shows a Fort Worth police officer Ed Kraus thieves, one suspect after a foot chase through backyards and over fences.
(Fort Worth Police)
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“To be the bad guy decides to take a wrong turn and walk in the direction of the chief,” as the spokesman of the police department, Buddy Calzada, told the station. “And the bad guy jumped down from the fence, and the chief jumped a fence to keep going to him.” It runs through the middle of the garden, and the suspect jumps out of a different gate. So what does the chief do? He jumped down from the fence to be with him.”
Calzada said that the chief started off to the man, “but I do think that he was, at that time, and I’m not going to make it. I’m not going to get out of it.”
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Chief Ed Kraus, 52, is a 26-year veteran of the force, that is, only the name is final, to the role earlier this month after performing the role on an interim basis since last May.
(Fort Worth Police)
The fleeing suspect, who was not immediately identified, was facing a charge of flight to the scene of an accident, the station reported.
Kraus, 52, a 26-year veteran of the force, which was the name finally get to play the role that earlier this month, after the performance of the chief on an interim basis, as May occur in his commentary on the game, Fox 4 reported.
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“I am proud to be one of the 1700 other public officials, who are doing this kind of work every day,” he said.