Two Juveniles Lead Police On A Chase Through Albion

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Police-light-barALBION, Mich. (April 6, 2014)- Two juveniles were taken into custody, after a police chase early Sunday morning in Albion.

According to the Albion Department of Public Safety, officers noticed a vehicle parked behind a Biggby Coffee in the 200 block of E. Michigan Ave. in Albion. When officers approached the vehicle, it took off. Officers chased the vehicle through side streets up to I-94 where the vehicle headed westbound on I-94.

Officers discovered that the vehicle was stolen.

During the chase on I-94, speeds reached 120 mph as the vehicle fled westbound. The Michigan State Police were able to deploy stop sticks near the 115 mile marker on I-94 and flattened both front tires. The pursuit came to an end quickly thereafter, when the vehicle struck a Michigan State Police Cruiser at a low rate of speed.

Two juveniles were taken into custody. The driver was lodged at the Calhoun County Juvenile Home.

The incident remains under investigation.


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  • tracyd112

    The sad part here is they put peoples lifes in jeopardy especially theres and the Officers only to go to Juvenal hall and be released to there parents. The thing is if the parents had been watching there kids in the first place or taught them a little better they would not be in this predicament in the first place. I truly believe that the parents need to be held accountable for there children's crimes just maybe the parents would be more involved .People say oh it takes 2 incomes to raise a family but how did they do it when they were only making 45 cents an hour? Also the family's were bigger back in the 40s -70s.People are so caught up in themselves they FORGET THERE CHILDREN AND EXPECT THE STREETS TOM RAISE THEM..

  • Boots

    W. Michigan State's psychiatry residency program must be closed by the state authorities!!!! It has always been rated as one of the worst psychiatry residency programs in the USA and here's, sadly, more proof. Teleka was working there for 5 months and none of the attending physicians (university professors) and other residents were able to recognize that she was psychotic. Outrageous!!!! Her text messages showed that she was very paranoid and clearly having visual and auditory hallucinations. Think of all the physicians with whom she had to interact on a daily basis and all of them couldn't recognize paranoia, hallucinations, and delusions! Grrrrrrr! CLOSE THIS INCOMPETENT RESIDENCY PROGRAM!!!

    To Teleka's family,
    I am very sorry for your loss. Teleka was a caring Christian who would have been a wonderful physician. She will be missed. May God comfort your family and all of her friends.

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