See Macungie's accused police car thief Shayna Sykes smash parked cars, drive on sidewalks and elude cops until her capture in this YouTube video.
- POLICE & FIRE
Monday, March 11
A Macungie couple dubbed the "junkie" version of Bonnie and Clyde by a police chief continues to make headlines as details of their recent alleged exploits in Philadelphia and Camden emerge. A 7:48-minute YouTube shows what police say is Sykes behind the wheel of a stolen Philly cop car in a chase through city streets. The video shows the patrol car swerving to avoid near misses with other vehicles, slamming into parked cars and driving on sidewalks as police follow. At the end of the video, you can see a woman fleeing from the car as police officers swarm in and grab her. Sykes and her boyfriend, Blake Bills, are jailed on a heap of charges stemming from last Tuesday's mayhem.
Shayna Sykes and Blake Bills of Macungie are being held in Pennsylvania after allegedly taking police cars on high-speed chases Tuesday through Camden and Philadelphia.
It's double trouble in so many ways. Two stolen police cars plus two high-speed chases in two cities in two states add up to a mountain of charges filed against Shayna Sykes and Blake Bills, the Macungie couple who allegedly went on a drug-fueled joy ride through Camden and Philadelphia on Tuesday. Camden Police Chief Scott Thomson called Sykes and Bills the “Junkie version of Bonnie and Clyde,” in a WPVI-TV Channel 6 interview. According to the Camden County Prosecutor’s office, Bills, 24, was charged with “Attempted Murder, Carjacking, Eluding and 2nd degree Aggravated Assault and fourth degree Assault by Auto. Shayna Sykes, 23, was charged with third degree Conspiracy to Commit Theft of a Car and fourth degree Joyriding." The charges, …