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    DAVIE HINSHAW - THE CHARLOTTE OBSERVER
    Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police and North Carolina Highway Patrol officers on scene at Colony Acres Drive where a pursuit ended with the capture and arrest of four suspects, Tuesday Sep. 24, 2013. The search for suspects in the case appeared to be continuing at 2:30 p.m., as police officers were searching a house off Nations Ford Road. The pursuit ended on Colony Acres Drive at Stonepost Drive. Charlotte-Mecklenburg police Capt. Jeff Estes said police were pursuing an SUV carrying several people, in connection with an investigation into a breaking-and-entering case in the Independence Division. The pursuit began in the area near State Street and Tuckaseegee Road, according to police. The N.C. Highway Patrol joined CMPD in the pursuit. Police activity led to a lockdown at nearby Nations Ford Elementary School. At one point, according to police radio reports, the fleeing vehicle slammed into an air conditioning unit at the side of a house. Several men reportedly jumped from the vehicle and fled. Estes said four men were captured, but police activity continued in the neighborhood afterward. DAVIE HINSHAW - dhinshaw@charlotteobserver.com
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    DAVIE HINSHAW - THE CHARLOTTE OBSERVER
    Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police and North Carolina Highway Patrol officers on scene at Colony Acres Drive where a pursuit ended with the capture and arrest of four suspects, Tuesday Sep. 24, 2013. The search for suspects in the case appeared to be continuing at 2:30 p.m., as police officers were searching a house off Nations Ford Road. The pursuit ended on Colony Acres Drive at Stonepost Drive. Charlotte-Mecklenburg police Capt. Jeff Estes said police were pursuing an SUV carrying several people, in connection with an investigation into a breaking-and-entering case in the Independence Division. The pursuit began in the area near State Street and Tuckaseegee Road, according to police. The N.C. Highway Patrol joined CMPD in the pursuit. Police activity led to a lockdown at nearby Nations Ford Elementary School. At one point, according to police radio reports, the fleeing vehicle slammed into an air conditioning unit at the side of a house. Several men reportedly jumped from the vehicle and fled. Estes said four men were captured, but police activity continued in the neighborhood afterward. DAVIE HINSHAW - dhinshaw@charlotteobserver.com
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    DAVIE HINSHAW - THE CHARLOTTE OBSERVER
    Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police and North Carolina Highway Patrol officers on scene at Colony Acres Drive where a pursuit ended with the capture and arrest of four suspects, Tuesday Sep. 24, 2013. The search for suspects in the case appeared to be continuing at 2:30 p.m., as police officers were searching a house off Nations Ford Road. The pursuit ended on Colony Acres Drive at Stonepost Drive. Charlotte-Mecklenburg police Capt. Jeff Estes said police were pursuing an SUV carrying several people, in connection with an investigation into a breaking-and-entering case in the Independence Division. The pursuit began in the area near State Street and Tuckaseegee Road, according to police. The N.C. Highway Patrol joined CMPD in the pursuit. Police activity led to a lockdown at nearby Nations Ford Elementary School. At one point, according to police radio reports, the fleeing vehicle slammed into an air conditioning unit at the side of a house. Several men reportedly jumped from the vehicle and fled. Estes said four men were captured, but police activity continued in the neighborhood afterward. DAVIE HINSHAW - dhinshaw@charlotteobserver.com
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    DAVIE HINSHAW - THE CHARLOTTE OBSERVER
    Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police and North Carolina Highway Patrol officers on scene at Colony Acres Drive where a pursuit ended with the capture and arrest of four suspects, Tuesday Sep. 24, 2013. The search for suspects in the case appeared to be continuing at 2:30 p.m., as police officers were searching a house off Nations Ford Road. The pursuit ended on Colony Acres Drive at Stonepost Drive. Charlotte-Mecklenburg police Capt. Jeff Estes said police were pursuing an SUV carrying several people, in connection with an investigation into a breaking-and-entering case in the Independence Division. The pursuit began in the area near State Street and Tuckaseegee Road, according to police. The N.C. Highway Patrol joined CMPD in the pursuit. Police activity led to a lockdown at nearby Nations Ford Elementary School. At one point, according to police radio reports, the fleeing vehicle slammed into an air conditioning unit at the side of a house. Several men reportedly jumped from the vehicle and fled. Estes said four men were captured, but police activity continued in the neighborhood afterward. DAVIE HINSHAW - dhinshaw@charlotteobserver.com
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    DAVIE HINSHAW - THE CHARLOTTE OBSERVER
    Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police and North Carolina Highway Patrol officers on scene at Colony Acres Drive where a pursuit ended with the capture and arrest of four suspects, Tuesday Sep. 24, 2013. The search for suspects in the case appeared to be continuing at 2:30 p.m., as police officers were searching a house off Nations Ford Road. The pursuit ended on Colony Acres Drive at Stonepost Drive. Charlotte-Mecklenburg police Capt. Jeff Estes said police were pursuing an SUV carrying several people, in connection with an investigation into a breaking-and-entering case in the Independence Division. The pursuit began in the area near State Street and Tuckaseegee Road, according to police. The N.C. Highway Patrol joined CMPD in the pursuit. Police activity led to a lockdown at nearby Nations Ford Elementary School. At one point, according to police radio reports, the fleeing vehicle slammed into an air conditioning unit at the side of a house. Several men reportedly jumped from the vehicle and fled. Estes said four men were captured, but police activity continued in the neighborhood afterward. DAVIE HINSHAW - dhinshaw@charlotteobserver.com
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    DAVIE HINSHAW - THE CHARLOTTE OBSERVER
    Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police and North Carolina Highway Patrol officers on scene at Colony Acres Drive where a pursuit ended with the capture and arrest of four suspects, Tuesday Sep. 24, 2013. The search for suspects in the case appeared to be continuing at 2:30 p.m., as police officers were searching a house off Nations Ford Road. The pursuit ended on Colony Acres Drive at Stonepost Drive. Charlotte-Mecklenburg police Capt. Jeff Estes said police were pursuing an SUV carrying several people, in connection with an investigation into a breaking-and-entering case in the Independence Division. The pursuit began in the area near State Street and Tuckaseegee Road, according to police. The N.C. Highway Patrol joined CMPD in the pursuit. Police activity led to a lockdown at nearby Nations Ford Elementary School. At one point, according to police radio reports, the fleeing vehicle slammed into an air conditioning unit at the side of a house. Several men reportedly jumped from the vehicle and fled. Estes said four men were captured, but police activity continued in the neighborhood afterward. DAVIE HINSHAW - dhinshaw@charlotteobserver.com
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    DAVIE HINSHAW - THE CHARLOTTE OBSERVER
    Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police and North Carolina Highway Patrol officers on scene at Colony Acres Drive where a pursuit ended with the capture and arrest of four suspects, Tuesday Sep. 24, 2013. The search for suspects in the case appeared to be continuing at 2:30 p.m., as police officers were searching a house off Nations Ford Road. The pursuit ended on Colony Acres Drive at Stonepost Drive. Charlotte-Mecklenburg police Capt. Jeff Estes said police were pursuing an SUV carrying several people, in connection with an investigation into a breaking-and-entering case in the Independence Division. The pursuit began in the area near State Street and Tuckaseegee Road, according to police. The N.C. Highway Patrol joined CMPD in the pursuit. Police activity led to a lockdown at nearby Nations Ford Elementary School. At one point, according to police radio reports, the fleeing vehicle slammed into an air conditioning unit at the side of a house. Several men reportedly jumped from the vehicle and fled. Estes said four men were captured, but police activity continued in the neighborhood afterward. DAVIE HINSHAW - dhinshaw@charlotteobserver.com
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    DAVIE HINSHAW - THE CHARLOTTE OBSERVER
    Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police and North Carolina Highway Patrol officers on scene at Colony Acres Drive where a pursuit ended with the capture and arrest of four suspects, Tuesday Sep. 24, 2013. The search for suspects in the case appeared to be continuing at 2:30 p.m., as police officers were searching a house off Nations Ford Road. The pursuit ended on Colony Acres Drive at Stonepost Drive. Charlotte-Mecklenburg police Capt. Jeff Estes said police were pursuing an SUV carrying several people, in connection with an investigation into a breaking-and-entering case in the Independence Division. The pursuit began in the area near State Street and Tuckaseegee Road, according to police. The N.C. Highway Patrol joined CMPD in the pursuit. Police activity led to a lockdown at nearby Nations Ford Elementary School. At one point, according to police radio reports, the fleeing vehicle slammed into an air conditioning unit at the side of a house. Several men reportedly jumped from the vehicle and fled. Estes said four men were captured, but police activity continued in the neighborhood afterward. DAVIE HINSHAW - dhinshaw@charlotteobserver.com
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