A man led police on a wild chase that included a stop at the drive-thru of an In-N-Out burger restaurant in Chandler, Arizona, on Oct. 26 (video below).
KSAZ broadcast the chase as the man appeared to place an order, but then didn't wait around for his food. There didn't appear to be anybody working the drive-thru, so it's possible the employees just refused to serve the fleeing driver.
The man drove away, later abandoned his white pickup truck, ran into someone's backyard and tried to enter a home. The man later surrendered to the cops.
Jail records identified the man as Joshua Adkins. The 35-year-old man was charged with suspicion of unlawful flight from law enforcement, aggravated assault-domestic violence and unlawful imprisonment.
In another bizarre chase, this time in Austin, Texas, a 12-year-old boy was allegedly driving while intoxicated on Oct. 31. The youngster caught the attention of police when he almost hit a cyclist, reports KVUE.
The boy reportedly crashed into a pickup truck carrying two people. They were not injured, but the boy did not stop to help. He kept going until he crashed into a telephone pole, and flipped the vehicle over.
On the same day in Van Nuys, California, police used nonlethal rounds and smashed the windows of a stolen car after that driver led the police on a chase, reports KABC.
The high-speed chase included a run through residential streets, and came to an end when the suspect drove into a cul-de-sac and rammed a police cruiser.
Officers surrounded the driver, drew their guns, smashed the windows of the car, fired nonlethal rounds and then pulled the man out of the car.