Florida man throws a baby at police following a high-speed chase


Florida man throws a baby at police following a high-speed chase

Deputy Jacob Curby stands in front of sheriff’s vehicle in parking lot
Image Source: Indian River County Sheriff’s Office

A Florida man is facing a slew of charges after he threw his two-month-old infant at a deputy following a high-speed chase, officials said.

The event began as John James III drove recklessly in Vero Beach, deputies said. Despite the fact that he had the baby in the vehicle with him, James decided to speed up instead of stop when deputies attempted to pull him over. 

That move sparked a 40-minute chase that involved hitting vehicles, maneuvering around roadblocks, and running right over contraptions meant to deflate tires.

The chase finally ended just before the man threw the baby at a deputy. 

“[James] just turned around, no regard, not a little toss, [and] overhand threw this two-month-old at me from about six feet away,” said Jacob Curby, who caught the child. 

What happened next to James, and the baby?

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