Janelle Espinoza was very upset after watching the end of a high-speed chase on TV Wednesday morning.
The chase began when a Coral Springs police officer spotted a stolen 1991 white Toyota Camry.
"One car was stolen. That should not have put so many people in danger," said Espinoza, during a phone call conversation.
The Coral Springs officer followed his department's guidelines, and did not pursue the suspect after a red-light violation. A Broward Sheriff's Office deputy began to follow the suspects at Pine Island Road.
After 15 minutes of erratic driving through Broward and Miami-Dade, a BSO deputy hit the suspect's car near Opa-Locka in Hialeah.
What followed the crash that left one person injured, infuriated Espinoza.
"The officers attacked these kids. They pulled them, and tasered them," said Espinoza. "I could not believe what I was watching ... There was excessive force. I want every one at the Herald to know that there are many viewers who are not happy with the police officers' behavior."
The three suspects who were in the car were arrested. One was injured in the process.
What do you think? Do you agree or disagree with Espinoza?