Late Night High Speed Chase in Livingston, LIVINGSTON, June 4, 2008 - At approximately 2:30 in the morning on June 4, 2008, a call came into the Livingston Police Department about a car speeding up and down Polk Street. Officer Darrell Newman was dispatched to the location of the suspicious vehicle. When officer Newman approached the vehicle, the driver, Blake Galloway, 18, of Livingston sped away. This in turn led to a high speed chase through downtown Livingston. Several police units joined in the effort to apprehend Galloway including officers Ronnie Bogany, Kevin Ward and units from the Polk County Sheriff's Department. Galloway was driving an older model, black BMW 328is. Galloway's vehicle hit a curb at a high rate of speed, which disabled his vehicle. The chase ended in the 600th block of Feagan in Livingston. When Police approached Galloway's vehicle, Galloway stated that his back was hurt from the impact of the collision with the curb and an Ambulance from Americare Ambulance Service was dispatched to the scene and treated Galloway and then took him to Livingston Memorial Hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. Inside Galloway's vehicle officers found mulitple cans of beer. According to Livingston Police, Galloway was highly intoxicated. Officer Newman stated to PolkCountyToday.com that DWI and other charges are pending. Galloway's vehicle was towed by LakeView wrecker service.