Estonian Police chasing a 15-year-old without a license [ENG sub]
This takes place at Tõstamaa Parish, Pärnu County, where the driver of this Toyota Corolla ignores the stop signal given by the police officers.
The officers have to chase the car for a long time on gravel, forest and village roads. Only luck helps the youngsters in the Toyota escape a serious crash.
The officers shoot to the air as a warning, hoping this will motivate the driver to stop.
Priit Suve: "The last weekend was very busy for our officers because although usually trying to drive off is not very common, this weekend we had 3 attempts. It's quite sad."
All the 3 drivers were reported driving erratically by other motorists.
Priit Suve: "Sometimes we have to use our guns. Fortunately the regulations are very strict and the law states exactly the situations we can use our guns, and the officers use them only as the last option."
Finally the car was stopped. It turned out the driver was a 15-year-old boy without a license, and with him there were 5 more youngsters in the car.
Police Officer: "Take the keys out! Keys out! faster! Throw them on the ground! ... Everybody else put your hands out of the window!"
The driver was arrested.
Estonian Police chase of a drunk driver ends in a crash
A blue Mercedes had been driving at Vana-Vigala for some time already and did not stop when given the stop signal, and the police officers started to chase it. The driver of the car really tried to get away but rear-wheel-drive was not the best option for muddy village roads. After some time the real chase started - but as we all know, stupid drivers can't drive fast. So the Mercedes drove off the road. The driver was a 21-year-old male who was drunk. The car was his friend's. The driver got to spend 20 days in jail.
BMW vs Russian Police
BMW 525 tries to get away from russian cops, police starts shooting at the tires after about 10 shoots first cop runs out of bullets
Russian police attacks two cayenne's in attempt to arrest Moscow bankrobbers
Russian police is looking for a Porsche Cayenne that is carrying 4 bankrobbers that robbed a bank and killed a bank employee, crazy enough a black Porsche Cayenne turbo matches the exact description including a 177 177 license plate but it's not the right one.... Only after attacking the cayenne and dragging the drivers out they find out about their mistake.
Estonian Police chase a stolen car at Maardu [ENG sub]
About 3 a.m. at Maardu, Estonia, patrolling officers gave a stop signal to an Audi. The driver did not stop, trying to escape instead. A high-speed chase at the center of Maardu began where the Audi drove over a traffic sign, over a fence, rammed a house and a car. The Audi ended up with a broken oil sump, and the chase continued with a line of oil behind the chasee.
Police Officer 1: "084MBT."
Police Officer 2: "Yes, he's directly in front of us, he's got broken tyres. We're directly behind him."
PO1: "Flashing lights everywhere."
PO2: "Still driving."
PO1: "Still driving, yes, he's an idiot."
The officers decided to shoot the still intact tyres.
PO: "Got the tyres!"
The dialogue between the police and the suspect (in Russian).
PO: "Where did you try to go?"
Suspect: "I tried to get away."
PO: "Why? What did you do?"
Suspect: "I didn't want to get caught driving drunk."
PO: "But now it's worse."
Suspect: "Yes, it's worse."
The driver was 25-year-old Pjotr who was drunk - almost 9 times over the legal limit. It also turned out that he didn't have a driving license and the car he drove was stolen.
Dialogue when the suspect is pushed against the car.
PO: "Where are the documents?"
Suspect: "I told you I don't have any documents. I stole this car."
PO: "Ok, you stole it."
The car was towed to a repair shop by its owner but it's pretty clear that driving without oil has destroyed the engine.
Estonian Police chasing a drunk driver
The police gave a stop signal to a car driving along a village road near Kostivere. The driver of this old BMW ignores it. The police officers turn on their siren and give another stop signal with flashing lights but the car only speeds up. The driver is polite though - he signals his turn correctly. By that time other patrols have also been notified, and are joining the chase.
Raul Sihver: "At one time the suspect drove to Peterburi road but then returned to his home."
The car turns back to Kostivere smaller village roads.
Raul Sihver: "We didn't measure kilometres but the chase went on for about 7 minutes."
The driver still tries to get away but he is cornered right in front of his home.
Raul Sihver: "We have to disappoint the people trying to drive away - we catch most of them."
The male driver was captured and had a blood alcohol content of 0,18% (9 times over the legal limit). Unfortunately it's not his first time to drunk drive to the liquor store (that's how he explained his drunk driving).
Raul Sihver: "Unfortunately drunk people think they're great drivers. I really don't know why. Another group of people trying to drive off are youngsters without driving licenses hoping to evade the fine."
This driver has been caught driving drunk 4 times.
The other day I saw Bikie Gangs getting harassed by the cops. They were riding in protest of our Government's proposed "Anti Association Laws" but were held up for hours due to blood alcohol and drug testing of every rider ....
Filmed on iPhone4.
Music - 'What You Want' - Kevin Macleod
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Drunk driver causes a terrifying crash
October 9, 2005. A drunk driver in Tallinn, Estonia, caught the attention of the police officers by driving slowly and erratically. He was given a stop signal by the officers, but instead of stopping he sped up. The chase was not long, he managed to crash into an oncoming car with 5 older passengers. Everybody in the second car is injured but fortunately nobody is killed in the awful crash.
The idiot driver, Vitali Say got his punishment at Harju County Court.
The final sentence for him is two years and six months in prison, of which he has to serve 6 months, and two years he is on probation. Also, his driving license was taken from him for two years.
Estonian police chase a car thief
The police noticed a speeding Peugeot 405 on Tallinn-Pärnu highway and started chasing it. The driver showed no intention to stop. Finally the car went off the highway and turned to muddy village roads. Another patrol car joined the chase. After that the driver slowed down and finally stopped. It turned out the car was stolen and driven by 18-year-old Priit who didn't even have a driving license. A 15-year-old boy and a 12-year-old girl were also in the car. The car was owned by a woman who was abroad at the moment. She didn't know her car was stolen and thought it was still in her garage parked behind her other car - a Mercedes-Benz. When the police went to investigate, they found out the other car was also stolen, and already sold in Pärnu County. Fortunately it was found the same day.