Transcript for 42 Mile Car Chase Concludes With a Police Beat Down
We turn next tonight, to two officers suspended this evening after claims of excessive force. All of this after an hour-long police chase, crossing state lines. The driver in the pickup truck, finally stopping, crawling out, kneeling on the ground. Then multiple officers rushing forward and making their move on him. Tonight, as I mentioned, two officers relieved of duty, and ABC's gio Benitez is in new Hampshire. Reporter: That high speed chase taking police across state lines. Got a pursuit coming up behind you. Reporter: But at the end in New Hampshire, a sight now shocking state investigators. You can see the suspect getting out of the car, first on his knees, then lying down, but punches fly. Law enforcement officers appear to beat him. They all stepped out of their cars and he just surrendered and all of the sudden you just saw all the cops start beating up on him and stuff. Reporter: Late this afternoon, two state troopers suspended without pay. The state attorney general launching an investigation into use of force. I want the public and law enforcement personnel to know that the division of state police does not condone the unjustified use of force and it will not be tolerated. Reporter: You can see the bruised suspect here. Richard Simone, on the run in Massachusetts for warrants including assault and battery with a dangerous weapon. Obviously, I think anyone who looks at the video is disturbed by it, but again, we don't jump to conclusions. We need to find out exactly what happened. Reporter: And David, we're now learning that just five days ago, the suspect led police on another chase. He got away. But this time, he ended up right here at this dead end. David?
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