The first date of the woman in Florida starts with Denny, but ends with a quick chase after the man she met the police of the online flight after a traffic stop
- High speed woman chased on first date to Denny's in Palm Coast, Florida
- Officers tried to persuade suspect for tag violation, but he hurried away from the police
- Flagler County officials said the man was capricious and drove over speed limits
- When he was stopped by police canes, the suspect fled from the car and walked into the forest
- Woman also involved in separate incident when a man broke her windshield
The first date of a woman went from bad to worse when she was confronted with armed officers after her companion walked away after a police chase.
After visiting a Denny & # 39; s in Florida with a man she met on a dating site, the woman was a passenger in his car when the police tried to persuade him for a minor traffic offense.
Officers tried to stop the car due to a label violation, but the driver ran away at high speeds before he got out of the vehicle and fled the scene on Palm Coast around 2 p.m. on Thursday.
The unknown woman was left to deal with the deputies of the Flagler County sheriff who used stop poles to turn off the vehicle and bring it to a halt.
The suspect fled into the nearby bushes when his vehicle was stopped by police canes after a high-speed chase in Palm Coast, Florida
The unknown woman was left in the vehicle to treat the delegates after her date ran away from their Denny & # 39; s officers
Authorities said the same woman was involved in a separate incident last month in which another man with whom she jumped on her car broke the windshield and knocked her unconscious.
The man who was involved in Thursday's pursuit with officers drove erratically and over the speed limit, the police said.
When the officers approached the vehicle, they discovered that the driver had run to the nearby forest.
In camera images of the body, the woman could hear the authorities tell him that the man said he should leave the police because he did not have a valid permit.
The woman told officials she was scared because of his erratic driving behavior, did not know his last name and was given two different first names.
An assistant sheriff said to the woman as the officer approached the vehicle: & # 39; Everyone in the car comes out with your hands up … do it now. & # 39;
Delegates told the woman to raise her hands after the driver had fled the scene
The suspect was not arrested by the police. Officers think he has a more serious criminal background
Later you heard an officer who asked the woman: & # 39; He didn't tell you anything but & # 39; & # 39; I don't have a driver's license? & # 39; & # 39; And that's why he left? & # 39;
The couple met on a dating site and ate at the Denny's before they went to the wife's house.
But he told her that he would end up in prison after the deputies tried to stop him for breaking the tag, police said.
The police believe that he ran away from more than just a suspended permit and could have a more serious criminal background.
In a separate incident, a man was caught on a camera that jumped on the same woman's vehicle and hit the windshield before he hit her unconscious in Bunnell, Florida
Chief Chris Sepe from the Flagler County Sheriff office told WESH2: & # 39; He exceeded the speed limit and drove very capriciously.
& # 39; She was very scared in the vehicle, she told us. She didn't really know his last name, she knew him by two different first names. & # 39;
The suspect, presumably from the Orlando area, has not yet been arrested.
In a separate incident, the same woman was the victim of a violent argument with another man she was with after he jumped on her car.
She tried to get away from the man in a parking lot in a store in Bunnell, Florida.
During the attack last month caught on CCTV, her windshield was crushed before being knocked unconscious by her attacker.
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