Top 10 Surveillance Videos of the Week: Former NFL Player Leads Cops on High Speed Chase
Other top surveillance videos of the week include Hurricane Harvey looters, a mistaken identity, cyclist-hating bird and much more.
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In this week’s Top Surveillance Videos…
Football season is right around the corner. Here’s one player you won’t see on an opening day roster.
Former Denver Broncos defensive end Quanterus Smith was caught leading Georgia police on a high speed chase after allegedly stealing 10 iPhones and over $500 at gunpoint from an AT&T store.
Smith has been charged with armed robbery, felony fleeing and attempting to elude, misdemeanor theft by receiving and possession of a handgun while committing a felony, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
Smith last played in the NFL in April 2014 for the Broncos. The team released him in April 2015.
He has since played on practice squads for New York Jets and Jacksonville Jaguars.
NBC Sports says he was looking to revitalize his career prospects this year, but it looks like those dreams have now been dashed.
Also this week…
There is a reason why many businesses post signs saying no hoods allowed. One man in Brazil found out the hard way.
A family was ordering food at a local Subway when a man in a hood and sunglasses walks into the store.
The dad takes notice and eventually pulls a gun on the hooded man and pats him down. Awkwardness ensues.
Make sure to check out these videos, plus a multi-million jewelry store robbery, unique dancing partners and much more in this week’s top surveillance videos!
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