It was bad enough when a driver fleeing police struck Joseph Swink's car, causing it to spin out. But then the cops chasing that man tackled Swink to the ground and handcuffed him. St. Ann, Missouri, Police Chief Aaron Jimenez later apologized to Swink and said officers mistook him for the man they were chasing.
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