Lubbock Joyride Ends with High Speed Chase, Arrest - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

8/21/07

Lubbock Joyride Ends with High Speed Chase, Arrest

A Lubbock man is behind bars after a high speed police chase in a stolen sports car.

Considering there are only a few Plymouth Prowlers on the road, it was probably a poor choice for a joyride.

The owner reported it stolen from southwest Lubbock earlier in the night, and police spotted it across town just after two o'clock. They chased the suspect all around east Lubbock, and captured him after he crashed the roadster and flattened a tire.

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