Mother And Daughter Get Into Shootout With A Robber At The Liquor Store

Mother And Daughter Get Into Shootout With A Robber At The Liquor Store

A woman and her daughter fend off a robber with their firearms. The incident almost ended badly for them on several occasions but luckily for them they escaped unharmed. The suspect was shot at multiple times and was gone when police arrived, but later showed up at a local hospital seeking treatment.


Brazen Thieves Pull The Doors Off The Liquor Store With A Truck

Brazen Thieves Pull The Doors Off The Liquor Store With A Truck

It looks like a scene out of a Hollywood action movie. Two thieves robbed a liquor store before dawn on Friday in Lexington County, South Carolina by using a GMC pickup truck to rip the front doors off of the building.


Female Habitual Offender Drives Car Through A Liquor Store

Female Habitual Offender Drives Car Through A Liquor Store

The woman has been charged as a four-time habitual offender with operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated by drugs causing serious injury. She's being held in the Muskegon County Jail on a $100,000 bond. The man suffered serious injures to his abdomen and legs.


Old Lady Gets Trashed By A Woman In A Liquor Store, Literally!

Old Lady Gets Trashed By A Woman In A Liquor Store, Literally!

 

 Grandma got trash slammed!

 


Man In Front-End Loader Robs Liquor Store, Leads Cops On Slow-Speed Chase

Man In Front-End Loader Robs Liquor Store, Leads Cops On Slow-Speed Chase

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He thought he could lose ‘em.

The “he” in this case is a man in Anchorage, Alaska, who, in the early hours of the morning on May 26, smashed a stolen front-end loader through the window of a liquor store, stole several bottles of booze, and then led police on a slow-speed chase that ended with predictable results.

It was after 3 a.m. when the man, Joseph Martin, smashed his way into the Brown Jug liquor store “ripping off most of the front entrance of the store,” according to a witness, reports Alaska Dispatch News.

He then took off as fast as the slow-moving construction vehicle he’d stolen earlier could carry him.

Eating up the pavement at speeds of up to 15 miles per hour, the heavy machinery bandit led police on a merry chase as they followed patiently along. Eventually boxed in inside an RV park, Martin finished his wild night by leaping from the machine and being handcuffed on the ground. Shockingly, police say Martin’s breath was producing “a strong odor of alcohol.”

Acting on a tip from our film department regarding famous slow-speed chases in cinema, Chaostrophic has reached deep into our archives for a relevant clip from the critically-acclaimed 2002 film “Undercover Brother.”

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