Police Chase Burglary Suspect on Foot for Hours

The chase started around 5 a.m. Saturday, after Linwood Burgess-Smith allegedly broke into his girlfriend's home, and threatened her.
Police say he then led them on a foot chase for four hours.
He even called them at one point, trying to tell his side of the story.
But officers finally caught Burgess-Smith on Gerald Drive.
He's now facing several charges, including burglary, fleeing from police, and terroristic threatening.

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  • by John Location: Madisonville on Jun 10, 2007 at 02:46 PM
    Could someone please explain to me what exactly "terroristic threatening" means ? How is that any different than let me just say "plain ol' threatening" ? Also,I often hear the term "special victim" quite often.How is a "special victim" any different to let's say an "ordinary victim" ? "Special victim" is just simply code for female victims are a higher priority than male victims.Enough of this idiotic doublespeak already !!


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