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Tuesday, 7 July 2020

Drug dealer named Jack SPEED, 21, is jailed for leading police on terrifying 100mph chase through residential streets and red light

A drug dealer named Jack Speed has been jailed for leading police on a terrifying 100mph chase which was captured on dash-cam.
The life-threatening episode saw a hugely dangerous, high speed pursuit through the streets of Birmingham, which ultimately resulted in a four-year prison sentence. 
Jack Speed, 21, led police through a dangerous pursuit in Edrington, Birmingham, before having a taser turned on him
Jack Speed, 21, led police through a dangerous pursuit in Edrington, Birmingham, before having a taser turned on him
Dramatic footage showed the 21-year-old hitting breakneck speeds through residential streets after failing to stop for officers on January 2.
The reckless motorist, who was banned from the roads, could be seen tearing around Erdington, Birmingham, in his BMW 1 series as police gave chase at around 11pm at night.
At one point during the pursuit, during which he hit speeds of 100mph- including 80mph in a 30mph zone - Speed tried to reverse into a police car before swerving around a bus.
Speed also raced through a red light at 70mph and went the wrong way around a roundabout before he lost control of his vehicle and crashed into a wall and parked car.Camera footage picked up the moment Speed was finally corner by officers, who surrounded the vehicle in order to enable an arrest.
The 21-year-old had a nervous and startled expression as police urged him to get out of the car, holding both hands up in front of his face with palms showing outwards. 
Police tailed Speed in his BMW 1 series after he showed no signs of wanting to stop the vehicle
Police tailed Speed in his BMW 1 series after he showed no signs of wanting to stop the vehicle
After the car crashed to a halt, officers quickly sprang to the side of the BMW to make an arrest
After the car crashed to a halt, officers quickly sprang to the side of the BMW to make an arrest
Speed appeared terrified as police arrested him at taser point, holding his hands aloft
Speed appeared terrified as police arrested him at taser point, holding his hands aloft
Speed swerved had around traffic before ultimately crashing into a wall and a parked car
Speed swerved had around traffic before ultimately crashing into a wall and a parked car
He was then arrested at taser-point before officers found a backpack full of cannabis and a 12ins wooden baton in the car.
Speed, of Sutton Coldfield, West Mids., admitted dangerous driving, disqualified driving, possession of drugs with intent to supply, possession of an offensive weapon, and driving without insurance.
He was jailed for four years and ten months at Birmingham Crown Court on June 26

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