Dodge Challenger Hellcat Involved In Texas High Speed Chase

A 25-year-old has been involved in a high-speed chase through Houston, Texas after allegedly stealing a Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat.

The man, Mohmed Ahmed Abu-Shlieba, led police on a high-speed chase behind the wheel of the Hellcat and thanks to the car’s 707 hp, eventually outran the police cars in pursuit.

Unfortunately for Abu-Shlieba, a police helicopter was tracking his every move as he easily topped 100 mph (160 km/h) on I-10 while recklessly weaving between traffic. The chase soon came to an end after the gas-guzzling Hellcat ran out of fuel, prompting Abu Shlieba to flee on foot through a cow field. He was arrested shortly after.

When facing court about the chase, Abu-Shlieba reportedly showed no remorse and boasted about how fast he was going.

In an intriguing turn of events, a police officer involved in the arrest is being investigated for punching Abu-Shlieba in the face after detaining him.


  • Liam Paul

    Frustrated Cop punches 25 year old who went for a joy ride in a stolen HELLCAT would had made a better story title lol. Now I am not bad mouthing or excusing the cop but I wonder how much the Cop’s adrenaline played into him punching the 25 yo in the face. I also want to ask Mr Abu-Shlieba does he recomend the Hellcat after his test drive :)- also on a side note, I just farted ~

  • J D

    No Vanishing Point reference? I’m disappointed.

  • BlackPegasus

    Considering this POS placed the lives of innocent people in danger I would’ve been fine if the police had ‘Rodney King’ed his stupid ass.

  • Matt

    Yeah right. This chase was a False Flag event so the government can ban the sale of Hellcats. The driver was just a patsy.

    • Status

      Really now?

      • Matt

        Oh wait sorry this isn’t InfoWars…

  • Auf Wiedersehen

    The news caster is well informed about “those Chargers”…news anchors are such dolts. Then the guy outside the court…”how fast that dodger could accelerate” LOL…

  • PB

    Mustn’t rush to judgement, must get all fac….aaaand its Blackie….again.

    • nastinupe

      Can’t refute that one… you got us there. But I guess we assumed the same for the mass shooter in Las Vegas. We steal a car, you shoot 400 random people because you’re mad at life. We rob a gas station, you go into a church and kill folks praying. We break into a Gucci store, you gun down innocent children in an elementary school.

      • Shane

        A bit of a stretch TBH, look at crime rates and the perps. It’s amazing how a small percentage can cause a majority of the problems.

        • brn

          Of course it’s a stretch. He / she doesn’t believe that about whites.
          He / she was making a point about stereotyping everyone based on a given incident.

          • nastinupe

            Thank you brn. That’s exactly what I was doing. It’s easy to point a finger at a particular group of individuals, however, here’s some food for thought.

            1) Consider the percentage of muslims (not converted in prison) that are actually arrested in the United States compared to the rest of the population. It’s actually much lower than white Americans.

            2) Consider the percentage of African immigrants that are actually arrested in the United States compared to the rest of the population. It’s also actually much lower than white Americans. And what I mean by an African immigrant is an individual from Ethiopia, Ghana, Kenya, etc that migrated here on their own will. Not including refugees.

            3) Consider the crime rates of African Americans with at least a Bachelor Degree and/ or an annual income above $65,000 against whites and you will see that there’s not really much of a difference.

            The point that I’m trying to make is that pointing the finger at “blacks” as the issue in the United States is a superficial excuse to overlook 350 years of slavery and Jim Crow laws in the US that purposely created a lower class citizen without family or culture. Must I remind you of all of the opportunities that we were denied for generations. We were denied education, jobs, freedom, voting rights, the right to own land, etc. The US created a lower class citizen and is now upset that so many blacks still act like lower class citizens. 40 acres and a mule doesn’t have to mean monetary compensation. It could mean free access to higher education, it could mean tax exempt status for black businesses, it could mean special loan programs for individuals trying to purchase their first home. The solution is personal empowerment though education and financial attainment.

            You want to complain about the problem but I am sure that you don’t want to create solutions for the problems that the US government created by unfair laws in the a past that held blacks back and stopped their progression. Sure, point out the problem, but also recognize what caused it and try to find solutions as well.

          • Status

            You’re wrong on your first point. Genetically, there is no muslim race, as islam is a religion and not a race. Therefore comparing criminal statistics between members of a religion (a religion that one can join and leave at will) to the criminal statistics of the members of a genetic haplogroup (who cannot change their race at will) is meaningless.

            Race statistics compare with race statistics. Religion statistics compare with religion statistics. Race is genetic and hardwired. Religion is optional or thrust upon someone.

          • nastinupe

            #1 I never stated that muslims/ Islam was a “race”. I included it as an example because of stereotypes typically associated with the group.

            #2 If you want to get specific there’s no such thing as race either, however, I do and will recognize accepted social constructs used to identify groups of people based on phenotypic features. I call myself “black” however I am really a mutt, like Obama or Tiger Woods or a lot of other individuals out there. Hell, what do you call Latno’s? They are basically mutts as well. Sure we have parts of the world like China, Somalia or India where the majority of individuals are genetically homogeneous, however, that’s not the case with many people these days and African Americans are actually a good example of this. My grandmother was half Caucasian and half African on my dad’s side and my grandfather on my mom’s side was half Native American and half African so both my parents are somewhat light brown and therefore I’m kind of light brown. Sure you can just call me black, but what does that really mean? We all have traces of African in our genes because that’s where humanity originated from. But you truly realize that’s it is a social construct when you consider someone like Obama, who is truly 50/50 “black”. He’s just as much white as he is black, however, western society has decided that because of his father, he’s black. What if I told you that in South Africa that if you have a mix of any other blood that you’re not considered African.

            But at the end of the day, we digress. So lets focus on the positive here. Where we are and where we are ALL trying to go and what’s the best way for us to arrive at that destination. Any other conversation is pointless.

          • Status

            I’m not denying that everyone has a common genetic root to a near-hominid ancestor who lived in the horn of Africa thousands of years ago of what today is Somalia, and in effect, humans have habitually procreated in isolated populations before the development of agriculture and civilization.

            The real issue here is the development of religion. It has always been presented as an external phenomenon that explained matters in a pre-scientific world. Nobody ever in the history of humanity was born with the innate knowledge of their culture’s religious practices. It has to be learned, and does not follow a Lamarckism path.

            That is what you’re trying to do when you conflate religion and race just to make a point that can’t follow through when put to scrutiny. When you “included it as an example because of stereotypes typically associated with the group”, then you’re deliberately trying to confuse and mislead by stating a non-fact that is functionally, biologically, and sociologically untrue.

            I could ask you what of white muslims, but I don’t believe you’d even recognize them as a possibility, not without trying to throw in a stereotype.

          • @trixrabb

            Also consider the fact that a white person will get probation and a slap on the wrist for weed possession but an African American gets 10 years. I am so sick of racist Trumpers just bigots in general. Love your neighbor!! We are all Americans!! An African American could save your life one day. Would you still make stupid remarks like that then?

    • @trixrabb

      You are an ass!! What does his race have to do with it? At least he didn’t kill lots of people with an AR15 like whiteys do ! And I’m white. Yes he put peoples lives in jeopardy but he didn’t intentionally open fire and kill anyone. Your comments express what’s wrong with this country. White privledge makes shooting people ok?

  • Silimarina

    What’s up with this guys running away from police in US?Haven’t they learned that it’s pointless?They will eventually get caught

    • Matt

      For the thrill of it I’d imagine.

    • LWOAP

      No, some people never learn.

    • Status

      The GTA franchise has connived some people that you actually can outrun the police.

    • TheBelltower

      These guys don’t watch the right movies. Everybody knows that, to make a clean getaway, you need to pull into a parking garage.


    He’ll have plenty of time to reflect on his poor life decisions in prison. If not, trying not to get shivved will be high on his list of priorities.

  • kachuks

    Part of me thinks that cop was a Ford or Chevy guy letting out his frustration.

    • TheBelltower


  • Jawohl

    Nice police relations

  • It’s 2017… and US tv is still making sensation coverage of a guy going 100 mph… “this Didge has a 6 speed”… sure that’s what’s making it fast.

  • Wandering_Spirit

    I don’t want to discuss politics here because it always ends with people arguing a lot and no conclusions, and it’s beyond the spirit of this website. But while i know what he did is wrong i have to admit that driving that thing full steam on a highway would have been tempting for me, too.

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