Swimming pools is likely to be closed for the season, however that didn’t cease one Pittsburgh resident from taking their car for a dip.

In line with the Allegheny County Sheriff’s Workplace, 31-year-old Jeremy Neal was “concerned in suspicious exercise” at a BP fuel station on Wednesday evening. This induced deputies to run his car’s registration and uncover that he was wished by Braddock Borough Police for a firearms violation.

With this data in hand, deputies rigorously approached Neal and tried to take him into custody. Nevertheless, he refused to exit the car and allegedly retrieved a handgun from his coat pocket. Whereas Neal initially dropped the pistol, he reportedly made an try to succeed in for it.

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Fortuitously, he was unable to regain possession of it, and as an alternative, he unexpectedly put the automotive – which seems to be a first-generation Chrysler Pacifica – into drive and “fled at a excessive fee of velocity.” In his determined escape bid, Neal reportedly drove via a development space, colliding with a trailer and a constructing, whereas narrowly avoiding two development staff.

Deputies then misplaced monitor of Neal, however the Pittsburgh Police got here throughout his car the next night. This sparked a big response as a number of regulation enforcement businesses descended upon Forest Hills. There, Neal tried to elude authorities as soon as once more, however his luck ran out as he crashed into the deep finish of a swimming pool.

He wasn’t the one one as a “Pittsburgh Police car additionally struck the pool, however was solely partially submerged.” Fortunately nobody was injured and the autos have been eliminated because of the help of tow vans and divers.