Friday, January 31, 2014

Paranormal steals car using fold up cane


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"ParaCon"
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Folding cane pedal to the metal
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2009 pontiac g6
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(This guy really wanted a car. He is a real "wheel chair" racer. Shows ya what a folding cane can do in a pinch bubba. I knew about a guy that wanted a car really bad many years ago. He broke into a car dealership, found the keys to a car and drove it through the display window! No he wasn't a paraplegic but he was brain dead. :) Story Reports
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Deputies: Paraplegic man steals car, leads deputies in chase
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Deputies: Paraplegic man steals car, leads deputies in chase
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Dave D'Marko
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He’s confined to a wheelchair, but deputies say that didn’t stop an Ocala man from leading them on a three-county chase with a car he stole from a dealership.

When Shamal Battice rolled up to Ford of Ocala in his orange wheelchair Wednesday and asked a salesman to show him some cars, that salesman obliged.

The 28-year-old is paraplegic and despite having no use of his legs, Ocala Police said Battice told that salesman he wanted help getting in the driver seat of a 2009 Pontiac G6.

They say once he got inside, a grand theft auto heist was underway. He locked the doors, and then whipped out a collapsible cane.

Police say he used that cane to push down on gas and brake pedals, and sped off with the $13,000 car.

That led to the high-speed chase involving sheriff's deputies in Marion, Alachua and finally Bradford County.

But they say none of them were able to catch up to him, as he put the pedal to his metal cane.

Finally he was spotted at a gas station some 50 miles from where his illegal test drive began, begging customers for gas money.

Police say they authorized the dealership to deliver his wheelchair back to him, in exchange for the keys to the car.

Battice is jail without bond for charges of grand theft auto and fleeing and eluding deputies.
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(Bubba this is "paranormal". It is obvious shamal could have been a race car driver etc. I'm serious. I don't admire theft but I do admire his driving ability considering he did not use his legs. The story says he was confined to a wheel chair. Confined means limited, restricted etc. Most people who are not "confined" could not do what this guy did. Shamal means wind and this guy had the wind at his back. :) Story Reports

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