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Father, son escape armed carjacking in Daytona Beach WESH - Orlando Videos April 29, 2014 Police in Daytona Beach say a man tried to rob an ice screa ojnnnfzn. prices for rolex cellini watchesm smoothie shop Monday afternoon and then forced an innocent bystander to be his getaway driver.

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rolex datejust 41mm price SEE IT: Dash cam video shows Florida police chase rampage  Newly released dash cam video shows Florida police chase rampage BY Deborah Hastings NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Saturday, June 21, 2014, 3:53 PM facebook Tweet email Port Orange Police officers in Florida chased carjacker Luke Castello in and out of traffic and onto Interstate 95, where they shot him to death after he pointed a gun at them, authorities said. (Orlando Sentinel) BY Deborah Hastings NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Saturday, June 21, 2014, 3:53 PM

Newly released video shows a Florida man leading police on a frantic car chase before the stolen van he was driving flipped.

Not on the dashcam video is footage of six officers opening fire on the wrecked vehicle after Luke Castello, who was behind the wheel, showed a gun.

Port Orange police officers have been cleared of any wrongdoing in the violent 2013 chase, the Orlando Sentinel reported.

The ordeal began with Castello carjacking a minivan from the parking lot of a seedy motel.

Dennis Johnson and Brittany Brooks said they were robbed at gunpoint and forced to tie themselves up.

Luke Castello was shot and killed after pointing a gun at Florida police in 2013. Dramatic, newly released dash cam footage shows him leading officers on a harrowing car chase. (Volusia County Branch Jail)

Both managed to escape, but Castello took off in the woman’s Dodge Caravan, police said, armed with three weapons.

Cops spotted the van a short time later and gave chase, winding in and out of traffic, through a Walmart parking lot and onto Interstate 95 at speeds surpassing 80 mph.

Graphic dash cam video recently released shows high-speed chase after Florida man carjacks a couple's minivan. He was shot and killed by cops after pointing a gun at them in 2013. (Orlando Sentinel) Luke Castello was shot to death after leading Florida police on a high-speed chase in Daytona Beach. Recently released dash cam video shows the harrowing ride. (WESH)

Castello lost control and flipped the vehicle into the grass.

Officers said the man pointed a gun at them from the wreckage.

The cops shot him 15 times. He died at the scene.

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Irish Rugby Team Pulls Off Masterful 78-Meter Return  Nick Martin 5/20/17 4:39pm Filed to: rugby munster ospreys great returns simon zebo 90 10 Edit Promote Share to Kinja Toggle Conversation tools Go to permalink Screenshot via TG4

In the matter of just a few clever passes and one extremely bad whiff, the Pro12's Munster helped secure its spot in the upcoming league finals and produced a 78-meter return that rivals anything you’ll see in the NFL this year, taking a clearing kick from Ospreys’ Justin Tipuric to the house from their own 22-meter line.

While Simon Zebo will go down as the one who pulled a pair of Ospreys across the line, the real hero here is No. 9, Conor Murray, whose quick-handed pitch around Munster’s 10 broke the return into a full-on sprint down the sideline. After that, it was a 3-on-2 situation in Munster’s favor; one Ospreys defender went for it all and missed hard, leaving a just-wide-enough lane for Zebo to speed through and put Munster up 13-3.


Munster would hold its line for the remainder of Saturday’s semifinal against Ospreys, claiming a 23-3 victory and earning a date in next Saturday’s final with Scarlets, which became the first Pro12 team to score a road win the semi-finals when it upset Leinster on Friday.

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