Transcript for Feed Frenzy: Caught on Camera
escapes on tonight's "feed frenzy." 26-year-old rebecca humphries led police on a wild goose chase for miles in the car they say was stolen. Breaking numerous traffic laws and then making this surprising decision. I was getting pulled over, i got scared. I jumped. Jumping in that bridge in and of itself, the distance to the water is dangerous. And then into the freezing water. I have no idea what s going through her head. Humphries broke several vertebrae on impact. She's in the hospital recovering. And then there's this guy, 22-year-old michael garvin. Broke into an oklahoma eye care store at 5:00 in the morning for what exactly? Ended up wearing some of my staff lab coat, trying on different clothing. But he got nervous when he thought he couldn't get out of the store fthe store after his rampage and that's when he called 911 on himself. He got agitated when he couldn't get out. There's always the normal way to exit a room. But police believe he wasn't in a proper state of mind. He was pretty incoherent. They were able to surround the building and arrest him. While crabbing in british columbia, one family decided to attach a tiny go pro camera to a trap for an up close and underwater look at a crab's life. Watch as they come tumbling in and fight off the bait. A curious seal swims over to examine the action, but luckily for him, he's just a little too big for this trap. No escape necessary. Thank you for watching abc news.
This transcript has been automatically generated and may not be 100% accurate.