Moment drug dealer rams police car in dramatic daytime chase

The Independent published this video item, entitled “Moment drug dealer rams police car in dramatic daytime chase” – below is their description.

Police officers have attempted to stop 24-year-old Matthew Crofts in a car, when the driver with his passenger door still open, reversed at speed striking a detective constable.

He continued to reverse towards oncoming vehicles to make his way to a friend’s house, where he hid evidence of his drug dealing.

The 24-year-old was sentenced to 54 months in prison.

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