Sunday, April 12, 2009

DUI/Fleeing on Foot

On tonight’s date, 04-11-09, at approximately 2335 hours, Ofc. Alcorn of the Frederick Police Department’s Patrol Division initiated a traffic stop being operated by the below listed arrestee, Cook. Ofc. Alcorn stopped Mr. Cook’s vehicle in the first block of E. South St. after he observed the vehicle having difficulty driving within its travel lane. As soon as Mr. Cook came to a stop, he exited his vehicle. As Ofc. Alcorn asked Mr. Cook to have a seat back in the vehicle, Mr. Cook fled on foot. After a foot pursuit lasting approximately two blocks, Mr. Cook was apprehended by Ofc. Alcorn. Once in custody, it was learned that Mr. Cook’s driver’s license was suspended and revoked. He was also found to be under the influence of alcohol. Mr. Cook was taken to Central Booking and was awaiting a bond hearing at the time of this release.

1 comment:

DUI-Insider said...

It might be a good idea to flee on foot if you are really, really fast... but chances are, if you are drunk, you're not very fast or agile. This guy doesn't sound too swift.

Thanks for posting,