An accused thief was arrested on Thursday evening after main Indianapolis police on a high-speed chase. Once more.
It was the third time this yr that Donald Williams was pursued by cops within the metropolis, Fox59 studies.
Williams was noticed apparently breaking into vehicles in a mall car parking zone when he hit the highway to elude seize.
Somethimg very related occurred in January and developed right into a 12-mile chase, the place Williams rammed a police cruiser earlier than being tazed and apprehended.
A number of days later, whereas he was out on a $500 bond, a police officer tried to drag him over for driving erratically, and one more chase ensued.
“It’s catch and launch felony justice, that’s the downside,” Indianapolis Fraternal Order of Police President Rick Snyder instructed Fox59, citing guidelines that permit some accused criminals to be launched from custody and not using a judicial assessment.
“Our cops ‒ as these studies present ‒ are faithfully chasing down the dangerous guys and getting them locked up,” stated Snyder. “But it surely’s the felony justice system that’s failing. It really is a revolving door.”
Wednesday wasn’t even the third time Williams was concerned in a police chase, it was the fourth. Final yr he was charged with resisting arrest after being caught within the act of breaking into vehicles exterior of the Indianapolis Museum of Artwork and making a run for it.
He’s at the moment being held on 12 fees stemming from the incident, together with working a automobile and not using a license, and is scheduled to seem in court docket on March 12.