Port Authority police on Thursday arrested a suspect who allegedly crashed into a pole in Leonia, New Jersey after leading officers on a chase.
Dion Cromwell, 34, was convicted last month on eluding and resisting arrest charges.
Police Tuesday afternoon said a driver struck two officers in Brooklyn, and then led police on a chase that ended in a crash which left two women injured.
It appears the shotgun found inside the car is linked to similar crimes in Queens.
Authorities said the chase began in Lyndhurst over a stolen vehicle and ended around 2:34 a.m. with shots fired at the intersection of Rutherford Avenue and Ridge Road in Rutherford.
A terrifying police chase came to an end at 79th Street and Park Avenue on Sunday. The high speed chase ended badly for the suspect and for a pedestrian.
The incident was captured on a police cruiser’s dashboard cam and began during an attempted traffic stop, CBS 2 reported.
There was chaos in the streets during a wild ride through parts of New Jersey on Friday. A woman led police on a chase, driving dangerously through a quiet community.
Officers pursued a sport-utility vehicle with Florida license plates and arrested two people, but a third man ran after the vehicle crashed, prompting a manhunt in the community along Jones Road where Fort Lee and Leonia share a border.
The sun was already down when a parade of police cars came into a residential neighborhood on the heels of a fast moving vehicle with Florida license plates.
A police chase involving a stolen vehicle and a possible kidnapping ended when the driver crashed into a central New Jersey Cadillac dealership early Saturday, damaging a dozen vehicles.
Louie Blanton, 24, of Amityville, pleaded guilty to aggravated assault upon a police officer, unlawful fleeing a police officer in a motor vehicle, and criminal possession of a weapon in January.
A wild police pursuit that started in Manhattan ended in a crash on the Major Deegan Expressway in the Bronx on Thursday morning.
The Aug. 17, 2010, chase took cops through six towns. Two men in a black SUV are seen on video fleeing the scene of a botched burglary. They speed through residential streets, weave through traffic and barely miss cars.
Police were hoping to question the two after spotting them Monday in the parking lot of a Honda dealership in Westchester. Police suspected the men were trying to steal rims off some of the cars.