(Memphis) People who live in a Cordova neighborhood where a Memphis police pursuit ended Wednesday afternoon have mixed reactions about the chase.
Lisa Akbari saw the chase and the crash.
“I think they should throw out those tacks or something like that or shoot his tires or something like that. I thought the police were going to hit me,” said Akbari.
Laura Grayson who lives just feet away from where the crash happened was relived after hearing police caught a carjacking suspect at the end.
“Then I'm even more glad that they chased him. We have a granddaughter to worry about so I much prefer to see them chase somebody and catch them than not,” said Grayson.
No innocent bystanders were hurt in Wednesday's chase.
An officer and the suspect were taken to the hospital.
But MPD released their pursuit policy Thursday. Spokeswoman Karen Rudolph said Wednesday’s incident is under investigation.
MPD Pursuit Policy: