Street Beat: Dramatic Dallas Chase Ends in Crash & Fight

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DALLAS — It was a high-speed chase that ended with immediate justice. It all started with an armed car robbery that took place near I-30 and Haskell Avenue involving a white Dodge Challenger.

“The victim was able to give police dispatch the description of the suspect and the description of the vehicle that was taken,” Dallas Police Cpl. DeMarquis Black said.

The armed robber then took Dallas cops on a wild ride down Greenville Avenue, up and down LBJ and eventually crashing into vehicles stopped at the intersection of Walnut Hill and Abrams.

But it looks like this bad boy messed with the wrong mama bear.

The driver of the minivan, Jessica Liesmann and her boyfriend Charles Cook provided the ultimate beat down — wrestling the suspect to the ground until cops arrived.

“He was like ‘let me go! Let me go!’ And she closed the door on him like, ‘no, you ain’t going nowhere! You gonna pay for this,” Cook reenacted.

Cops are still trying to figure out the details of this dramatic scene, but one thing is certain — you might try to outrun cops, but don’t mess with a mom wiht her baby on board!

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