, 2022-09-02 03:59:00,
A dirt-bike rider was stalked by state troopers in a helicopter over Cleveland last week in a two-hour adventure. In the end, they got their man but let him go without charges. If you’re looking for fun, we have a list of cool things to do that don’t involve law enforcement and a deep dive into Cleveland-area cinema. 📽️
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1) Ohio State Highway Patrol troopers in a helicopter tracked a dirt-bike rider though Cleveland for more than two hours until the man ran out of gas and surrendered. “He didn’t let me go. He chased me all day long with that helicopter,” said Willie Lavant, 21, of Garfield Heights, who cruised through fields, on sidewalks and down city streets. The helicopter radioed to troopers on the ground who…
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