ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – Albuquerque Police chases have hurt and killed a number of people across the city in the past few years. Last year, an Albuquerque man says he was the victim of a police chase and now, he says enough is enough.

According to the criminal complaint, Albuquerque Police Department says they tried to pull over Michelle Glascock when they noticed she was driving a stolen white Kia last August. She refused to pull over, leading officers on a high-speed chase.

Glascock was also named on APD’s Metro 15 list of most wanted offenders in the city. Police say once she got to Eubank and Menaul, she crashed into another driver.

“A lady driving in a police chase at about 65 mph. His truck flipped several times. He had serious injuries,” says Erika Anderson.

This isn’t the first time APD has chased someone through that same intersection. Back in October 2017, officers were trying to catch a group of teens who were also in a stolen car. That chase ended in a crash, killing D’Markus Blea, an innocent bystander in another car.

Source: KRQE