Friday, December 2, 2022
Friday, December 2, 2022

    Gang member, 20 – who served just 14 months for dragging NYPD cop with stolen car, leaving him paralyzed – leads cops on ANOTHER chase in stolen car while free on bail (for stealing car)

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    A man jailed for just 14 months after he dragged an NYPD detective in a stolen car, leaving him paralyzed, has been caught once again after leading cops on a chase in a stolen car while being out on bail for a separate car chase, Your Content has learned.

    Justin Murrell, 20, led Port Authority officers on a stolen car chase at JFK.

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    Murrell was out on bail for a previous car chase in May 2021 after running a light.

    On that occasion he crashed into three parked cars.

    Both car chases are similar to one a fateful one in June 2017 when he dragged an officer, NYPD Detective Dalsh Veve, down a street reaching up to 60mph.

    Veve was left paralyzed, in a wheelchair and unable to speak after the incident,‘according to The Daily Mail.

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