High-speed chase Thursday, started in Orleans County, ended in Elba
Submitted by Howard Owens on November 4, 2011 - 5:36pm
State Police arrested an Albion man in Elba on Thursday following a chase along back roads in two counties that reached speeds of 90 mph.
The chase started with what should have been a routine traffic stop, according to Sgt. Ron Lober, NYS State Police.
Instead of stopping, the driver took off heading south.
"The chase lasted 12 minutes, covering a distance of 17 miles. None of it went through any villages," Lobur told WBTA.
"The vehicle operator lost control on (Barrville) road (in Elba) and slid off into a grassy area," Lobur said.
The driver, 34-year-old Jason Klotzbach, of Albion, was arrested and taken into State Police custody.
Troopers out of Albion conducted the chase and made the arrest.
no INS factor in this one, eh......
If they were chasing your ass in Mexico would you try and make a run for it or pull over and take your chances? Perception is 99% of reality, and no I didn't make that up but I don't remember where I heard it before. Maybe my dad made it up.
Mexico is to America as Orleans County is to Genesee? Don't ask me, I just comment on everything, I don't try to explain it except now when I'm trying to figure out what the hell I was saying. I should go bowling but I suck bad.
I know Dr. Phil says your perception is your reality, but don't know who offers the 99-percent perception bit.
Perception is all there is. There is no reality as such. Reality is only what we perceive. And what we perceive is our reality
Maybe I did make it up afterall, I would be happy to take credit. "If you can conceive it and you can believe it, you can achieve it." I can't fake credit for that saying but you and Howard have proven it is true, many times over. Batavians salute y'all/youse guys, from all over the world.
Jack, I would have never pegged you for a meditating free spirited 'shroom y peyote tripper. I'm so pleased.
Thank you for finding out the info for me did you get the pic i attached to the info?
reality was a few years ago, sitting in a diner in Nuevo Laredo, Mexico. Watched a jeep of Federales go past with a .50 cal mounted and a soldier's finger on the trigger, scanning the sidewalk as they drove past...