HIGH SPEED POLICE PURSUIT LANDS KINKO's TONER BANDITS

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HIGH SPEED POLICE PURSUIT LANDS KINKO's TONER BANDITS

 user 2008-09-16 at 12:51:18 pm Views: 91
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    http://www.phillyburbs.com/pb-dyn/news/111-09152008-1590946.html
    Police pursuit lands burglary suspect
    UPPER MORELAND – A burglary at Kinko’s in Upper Moreland turned into a high-speed police chase that saw a fleeing criminal’s vehicle race through stop signs and rip down streets at nearly 50 mph over posted speed limits, authorities said.

    Manalak T. Hamilton, 24, of Springfield, Mass., was jailed after the Wednesday chase turned into a foot pursuit and an officer apprehended him around 4:30 a.m. near the Second Alarmers Rescue Squad on Davisville Road, police said.

    Officers are still searching for a second person, who eluded arrest after the pair attempted to steal approximately $2,000 worth of printer toner cartridges from Kinko’s in the Regency Square Shopping Center on the 1000 block of Route 611, police said.Hamilton was jailed on $50,000 bail, police said. He was not, they said, cooperative.He was yelling in his cell,” a police spokesperson said. “He said it was all a misunderstanding.”

    Police are still investigating what the New England man, who fled in a car with New York plates, was doing in the Philadelphia suburbs.Police recovered the printer cartridges in the Nissan Altima that Hamilton drove away in, but not before a dangerous chase.