Jorgens Sydney

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The Salisbury Police Department is looking into why police pursued a teenager, Jorgens Sydney, in a car chase involving two patrol units that resulted in his death, when his vehicle crashed into a utility pole at the intersection of Pine Bluff Road and Camden Avenue.

The two officers who were driving during the chase last Thursday night have been put on paid administrative leading pending the outcome of the investigation.

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Fifteen year old Jorgens Sydney has been identified as the boy who died last Thursday night after a police chase that led to his car crashing into a utility pole near the intersection of Camden Avenue and Pine Bluff road.

Grief counselors at James M Bennett High School were on hand yesterday…talk about the death the student.

Salisbury Police Department Chief Barbara Duncan says that officers tried to pull the 15 year old over after observing a number of unspecified traffic violations.