State Police Release Video of Sunday's Car Pursuit

Trip ended with a crash in Yarmouth...
State Police move in to apprehend a driver that led them on a pursuit from Braintree to Yarmouth Sunday morning. (State Police video capture)

Massachusetts State Police released a video taken by their air wing during Sunday's pursuit of a vehicle from Braintree to Yarmouth.  The video is embedded below.

From Mass. State Police:

At 7:48 a.m. yesterday, Massachusetts State Police Troop D was notified that Braintree Police and Massachusetts Environmental Police were pursuing a black Honda Odyssey on Route 3A toward Hull. The operator of the Odyssey was not authorized to use the vehicle, which is owned by a relative from Rhode Island

An MSP cruiser joined the pursuit after the operator entered Rote 228, while another Trooper deployed a tire deflation device near the intersection of Routes 228 and 3 in Norwell.

The suspect avoided the tire deflation device by crossing into oncoming traffic, where he struck another vehicle and continued onto to Route 228. The operator of the car that was struck refused medical attention.

The suspect drove into a Park and Ride lot and then got onto Route 3 south. MSP Troop D Headquarters at this point ordered the pursuit terminated.

An MSP cruiser struck a guardrail and was damaged during the attempt to stop the suspect vehicle.

A helicopter and flight crew from the Massachusetts State Police Air Wing continued to monitor the suspect vehicle from the air and notified ground units that the suspect crossed the Sagamore Bridge onto the Cape.

The MSP Air Wing coordinated the deployment of a tire deflation device with patrols from State Police-Yarmouth. The device was set up on Route 6 eastbound in Yarmouth.

The suspect vehicle struck the tire deflation device and was damaged. The suspect then crashed into a wall at the intersection with Willow Street.

Troopers converged and took the driver and a passenger into custody. The are identified as follows.

The driver, JERMAINE O. OMOREGIE, 30, of Mattapan, charged with the following offenses:
1. Using a motor vehicle without authority;
2. Negligent operation of a motor vehicle;
3. Failure to stop for police;
4. Operating after license suspension or revocation; and
5. Marked lanes violation.

The passenger was a 17-year-old male from Mattapan. He is not currently charged but the investigation is ongoing.

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