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via News5:

Some Cleveland residents, block clubs, and city leaders are calling for a re-examination of the Cleveland police “no chase” policy, after ATV and dirt bike renegades tore through city streets on Aug. 12.

Police report rogue riders made their way through Cleveland, Lakewood, Rocky River and Bay Village, but Cleveland officers took no action, until five riders were arrested by Lakewood police and issued a host of charge

Stockyards Connections Block Club leader David Reuse told News 5, renegade riders have been terrorizing drivers all summer, and Cleveland Police have to be allowed to give chase and make arrests.

“Well I think that the policy needs to be re-visited, and I think our police need to be un-handcuffed, and be permitted to do their jobs, they need to change the policy,” Reuse said.

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