Colorado man gets drunk, steals a police vehicle, and responds to 911 calls
· Jun 25, 2022 ·

A Lake George, Colorado, man stole an unstaffed Sheriff's vehicle at the Park County Sherriff's office.

Then at around 3:30 a.m. he showed up at a domestic violence call in neighboring Teller County.

The people at the home said the man identified himself as a deputy, appeared to be intoxicated, and slurred,

"Where's the old man that's going to shoot someone?"

Just then the actual police showed up, and the man sped off in his stolen patrol car.

He was spotted again about two hours after that, and deputies began to pursue him; the chase hit speeds of up to 110 mph, and according to the police reports, the man

"broke several traffic laws during the chase."

You think?

Anyway, the chase ended exactly the way you might imagine an intoxicated, high speed chase would with the patrol car crashed, and the drunk guy running through the woods with deputies chasing him on foot and shooting at him.

When they finally caught up with him, he menaced them with a knife and then used it on himself. After the deputies finally got him into custody, he was taken to the hospital for the self-inflicted knife wounds.

The guy was apparently out on probation for theft, DUI, and menacing.

Bro what a mugshot.

And now he can add impersonating a police officer to the list. Way to give Florida man a run for his money, Colorado man.

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