This Date in History

February 28, 1932: Firing accurately through a dense smoke screen laid down by a speeding rum-laden automobile, a Montgomery County policeman disabled the car after a 14-mile-nip-and-tuck chase which extended from Ashton, Md., through Silver Spring and into the fashionable area of upper Sixteenth street.

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