Video: Suspect throws kilo of cocaine in river during pursuit
The drugs were vacuum sealed in several layers of plastic wrap and freezer bags, and then coated with bees wax
By Ted Malave
ALBANY, GA — Georgia police say a suspect raced against traffic on Albany’s busy East Oakridge Drive at speeds up to 85 miles an hour before he stopped and threw a kilo of cocaine into the Flint River.
It was all caught on police dash cam video. Video from the Albany Dougherty Drug Unit shows law enforcement move in to stop the 2013 Dodge Challenger.
Just after four drug agents tried to pull over that car for traffic violation, but he started this five minute long chase. After running through the store parking lot, the suspect heads up the wrong side of Oakridge and then into the divider lane. Reaching up to 85 miles an hour, look at the cars he speeds by on both sides.