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    A Kansas City police officer calmly told dispatchers May 9 that he was following a speeding driver on Bruce R. Watkins Drive who refused to stop. But within seconds, the officer realized he was tailing the metropolitan area’s most-wanted man.

A Kansas City police officer calmly told dispatchers May 9 that he was following a speeding driver on Bruce R. Watkins Drive who refused to stop. But within seconds, the officer realized he was tailing the metropolitan area’s most-wanted man. From the Kansas City Police Department
A Kansas City police officer calmly told dispatchers May 9 that he was following a speeding driver on Bruce R. Watkins Drive who refused to stop. But within seconds, the officer realized he was tailing the metropolitan area’s most-wanted man. From the Kansas City Police Department

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UPDATED June 21, 2016 06:44 AM

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