Woman captures man fleeing cops, then taunts him
40-year-old grandmother takes down man wanted on outstanding
Well that's embarrassing.
A 20-year-old man fleeing police in Washington state was taken down by a 40-year-old grandmother. Then she taunted him for it.
Becky Powell saw the man run from officers in Richland while out for a drive with her husband, according to the Tri-City Herald.
The pair sped up, then Powell jumped out and confronted the man.
He tried to stiff-arm her, but she took him down, pulling down his shorts in the process, according to police.
Powell then asked him how it felt to be taken down by a mother of five and grandmother of three, the Herald reported.
The man was wanted by police on an outstanding warrant.
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