(WMC-TV) - Officers chased a Camaro housing a rolling meth lab through the streets of Frayser Thursday, according to court records.
Police received a tip that Joseph Cassidy was making methamphetamine in his car near Raleigh Millington and Frayser. Police eventually spotted Cassidy, who investigators claim is a known meth cook, in a gas station parking lot.
Cassidy sped out of the parking lot and wouldn't pull over when officers activated their sirens, according to court records. The chase continued down Ramill to Austin Peay before police finally broke off their pursuit on I-40.
Officers say they eventually found Cassidy's car abandoned at Highway 51 and Warford, but they couldn't find its driver.
However, Cassidy couldn't hide from a police dog named "Navar." Cassidy refused to surrender to officers when "Navar" spotted him and the dog was unleashed, biting Cassidy in the buttocks, thigh and hands.