An 18 year old girl lead the Amarillo Police on a stolen vehiclepolice chase yesterday that ended in a blown tire and wreck. The vehicle was warming up in the owner's driveway on the 2000 block of S Fairfield in Amarillo, when the female decided it was the perfect time for a joyride. Why can't a person just let their car warm up in their own driveway without worrying about somebody stealing it? What's happened to the world?
A routine traffic stop transformed into so much more today in Amarillo. Amarillo Police officers stopped a vehicle for a traffic violation at the 1500 block of S Grand. Both a male and female suspect we arrested after APD officers located numerous items that appeared to have been stolen. How does something "appear" stolen? I wish I had an answer for that.
I've experienced few power issues since relocating to Amarillo almost seven years ago. I'm always worried we might have them. It seems like only a year or two ago blackouts were rolling across the country and too close to home.
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