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Florida Man Flees Seatbelt Stop on Foot, Cop Runs Him Over and Kills Him
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Quote:DELAND — Investigators are searching for answers and members of a DeLand neighborhood are angry, all wondering how a man fleeing early Wednesday morning from a traffic stop ended up dead, run over by a police car.

Details about the incident remain sketchy. But preliminary reports indicate Marlon Brown, 38, fled from an attempted traffic stop, first in the vehicle he was driving, and then on foot.

A minute later, as Brown ran through a field, two DeLand police officers who heard the call over the radio followed in their patrol cars. Somehow, one of the police cars ended up knocking down a fence at the end of the field, and Brown ended up dead, under the car.

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People are stupid though. Why run from a seatbelt stop? What an idiot.

Granted, cops are getting out of hand, but part of it is probably because some of the public are getting out of hand, too.
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RugerGirl;101553 Wrote:People are stupid though. Why run from a seatbelt stop? What an idiot.

Granted, cops are getting out of hand, but part of it is probably because some of the public are getting out of hand, too.

bet he wont be doing that again
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Quote:“He had a suspended license and was on probation and he was afraid.”
choices we make everyday have consequences. guess he made some stupid choices
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goofin;101568 Wrote:
Quote:“He had a suspended license and was on probation and he was afraid.”
choices we make everyday have consequences. guess he made some stupid choices

Suspended license and on probation, now on the run from the police again? Sounds like a habit of making bad choices to me.
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Wouldn't it have been just as easy to beat him to death with the PR-24?
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Fact is that he would not have been driving without a license had he not been out on probation. He'd be in jail, but alive. Just another fatlity caused by our broken justice system.
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MostlyHarmless;101694 Wrote:Fact is that he would not have been driving without a license had he not been out on probation. He'd be in jail, but alive. Just another fatlity caused by our broken justice system.

Fact is if every motorist on the highway wasn't being searched, he'd be alive.
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Lots of "if he...then he would still be alive" in this thread. While I agree, our choices ultimately determine what happens in our lives did you all miss the part where he was murdered because he was running away?
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