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What started as an off-duty police officer’s attempt to stop a hit-and-run suspect ended with him hanging from the windshield of a car, begging for his life as the car barreled ahead.
Police officer Chris Jordan, 37, an officer in Montgomery County, Maryland, appeared in court alongside 25-year-old Denai Holly, the suspect in the hit-and-run who was sentenced on Tuesday to five years in prison for the assault, according to the Washington Post.
The article goes on to state the following:
During Tuesday’s sentencing, both Jordan and Holly spoke about the series of events that led to her arrest. Audio of the terror-stricken officer, clinging from Holly’s car as it reached speeds up to 80 mph, was also played for the court to hear.
LISTEN to the audio below:
“Stop … I have kids! I have kids! I have kids!”
A Maryland police officer begs for his life after a hit-and-run driver drags him down a freeway at 80 miles-per-hour.https://t.co/AXdZ8Ou10R
— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) December 18, 2019
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