Meet Blake Bills and Shayna Sykes of Macungie, PA. Don’t let the boobehs fool you; these two are nothing more than rich white trash. They will soon be the darlings of Cell Block D.
On Tuesday morning, Shayna Sykes, 23, and her fiance, Blake Bills, 24, stole not one, but two police cars and led cops on a chase from Camden to Philadelphia at speeds of up to 100 mph before they were eventually arrested, police said.
Sykes and Bills allegedly stole the first cop car about 9:50 a.m. Tuesday, when they saw Camden police Officer Sekou Reid-Bey, 49, stop a car near the city’s police building.
While Reid-Bey was talking with the driver he pulled over, Bills and Sykes, who were not involved in the car stop, jumped into the officer’s cruiser and sped away with Bills behind the steering wheel. While fleeing the scene, police said, Bills intentionally struck Reid-Bey, a 16-year veteran of the force, breaking his leg.
Commenters on the local news sites are applauding Sykes for “sticking it to the man,” and cheering Bills for breaking the Camden officer’s leg. Shocker, right?
A family member reported the couple – who have a 7-month old child – missing a few days ago. Apparently, they took the week off to attend a black tie heroin-tasting event in Camden.
Bills and Sykes sped through Camden and Pennsauken as television-news helicopters tracked them overhead. The couple made their way over the Ben Franklin Bridge and were eventually stopped by Philly police at 7th and Norris streets, in North Philadelphia, where Bills was arrested.
While cops were detaining him, Sykes hopped out of the passenger’s seat of the Camden police cruiser and jumped in to the driver’s seat of an unattended Philadelphia cop car, Ross said. He said the officer had left his car alone because he believed that assisting the officers in the arrest was important to their safety.
Sykes sped off and barreled down the narrow streets of Fishtown, where she hit three parked cars and a box truck. She eventually was stopped in Northern Liberties, at Hope Street near Wildey, and tried to run but was immediately nabbed about 10:30 a.m.
It’s a miracle no one was killed.
Bills’ NJ driver’s license has been suspended indefinitely after five previous suspensions. Sykes, for her part, served prison time in 2009 – as a 20 year old – for three, count ‘em, three, DUIs.
In a just world, these two animals would be “hobbled” like James Caan in Misery.