The Private First Class Drunk-Drove Rammed into the Patrol Cars, the Cops Shot Three Times to Prevent Him from Keep Going

A military man, who’d, broken, THE law, drunk driving, again!  Off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

The Kinmen Department of Defense’s private first class, Chou, two evenings ago, got behind the wheels after getting drunk with a group of friends, on the way, he’d, stopped the car, allowed the female passenger to get out of the car to puke, it’d, alerted the officers by the side of the road, in a panic, Chou rammed his car into the patrol vehicles, in an attempt to, escape, the officers fired three shots, Chou’s tires were hit, until he’d rammed into the rock as he drove to the Magpie Mountain ring, he’d finally, stopped running off, his breathalyzer showed 0.35, the case is now being processed as obstruction of public affairs, and sent to process at the Kinmen D.A.’s Office.

Based off of understanding, Chou is the private first-class of the marine’s tank department, only twenty-two years old, on the evening of the nineteenth, he’d driven his car which he got less than ten days ago out, got drunk and partied at the karaoke bar, and he was, driving home, because he felt guilty as the police pulled him over, he’d, rammed over the squad cars, and made his escape; after he had done that, he’d posted online, that he felt ashamed of what he’d, done, that he was sorry that he’d made his families, relatives and friends worry, that he’d, lost his job, his car totaled, and he was also, charged.

Chou also disclosed that it was his mother’s birthday yesterday, and he’d, given her, a really, awful, present, became a bad example for all who knew him, he was full of remorse as he’d made his statement.

The head of the police station, Hsieh just finished making the rounds with his officers at around eleven two evenings ago, saw a white truck, parked by the side of the road, with the female passenger tilting her head out of the car, barfing, the officers approached, to show their concerns, and yet the driver, seeing the police approached, called the female passenger in, backed up, hit the patrol vehicles, tried to make a getaway.

In order to protect the safety of his own officers, Hsieh pulled out his gun, fired at the left wheels of the white vehicle three times, shooting the tires, but the driver of the white car didn’t fear, instead, accelerated to try, to get away.  The police then, chased after the vehicle, the white car sped faster down the Yellow Sea Road, as it’d past the ring of the intersection of Yellow Sea Road and Huandao E. Road, he’d lost control of the car because it was too fast, had a fender bender, rammed into the rocks, then the car finally, came, to, a full, stop.

The five on the car didn’t just, turn themselves in then, they’d attempted to dish the car to run away, the police arrived immediately afterwards, took the three who didn’t get too far, and put out an arrest warrant for the two that got away.  The D.O.D. at Kinmen stated, that Chou was off, and got caught drunk driving, tried to evade police arrest, and, the military will discharge him for his misconduct.

Had you stopped when the police told you to, you would’ve gotten, a lighter punishment, I’m sure, but, you ran, and, hit the police squad cars, and, damaged a ton of properties, and now, you will, not only be facing criminal charges, but also, you will, pay for it in the military courts too, was it, worth it?  Trying to, escape, from getting caught?  Of course NOT!

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