Deputy Pat Burke with Pierce County Sheriffs Office responds to a vehicle fleeing from an attempted traffic stop. Burke joins the lengthy chase leading deputies through many good but failed spike strip attempts. The fleeing vehicle becomes disabled in a field off a dirt road with suspects still inside. Once contact is made, allegations of a running driver are made by two females which are later found to be determined false. One of the passengers admits that the other had been behind the wheel the whole time and that she was running away from a warrant.
While on patrol, Corporal Michael Milazzo of the Lafayette Police Department spots a vehicle with incorrect plates. As Corporal Milazzo approaches the SUV, he notices