Sibling Fight Over Who Would Ride Shotgun Escalates So Badly Cops Had To Intervene

Sibling Fight Over Who Would Ride Shotgun Escalates So Badly Cops Had To Intervene

The sister did not like that her brother's girlfriend had taken up the front seat, so they got into an argument.

Calling shotgun doesn't work with siblings, there's going to be a lot of pushing and shoving involved. But have you ever heard of it get so bad that cops had to intervene? Well, a brother and sister had to be chased, tackled, and arrested by police after a simple squabble over the front seat took a violent turn, reports The Daily Mail. Bret and Brianna Brezenski are now facing charges of simple assault and resisting arrest for the unusual fight that broke out in Olyphant, Pennsylvania. Police reports claim that the fight broke out when 27-year-old Bret went to pick his 20-year-old sister up from work, and the sister did not like the fact that his girlfriend had occupied the front seat.



Bret's girlfriend probably did not offer to give up the front seat. Well, I can quite understand the position the brother would have been in. Does he choose his own blood or his girlfriend? Either way, one of them would be pissed for life. However, the fight over the front seat was reported to the police by a few workers passing by. The sight they saw: A girl and a boy fighting while a third sat in the front seat, pleading for them to stop the fight. 



"They called me and said, 'there's a girl, they're keeping hostage in the car and she's yelling for help. There's an altercation going on in the car,' and they kept eyes on the car for me," said Olyphant Police Chief James Devoe, according to WNEP.  Apparently, Bret led the cops on a half-mile chase before he surrendered. "They had the girl's head out the window. She was hanging out of the car," said the chief.



Fate can be funny at times because the quarrelsome family got stuck in traffic and cops soon ordered them to get out of the car. Police say, at first, Brezenski cooperated but that quickly changed. "I drew my weapon. I got him calmed down for a second and told him, get up against the car, but as soon as he saw me put my weapon down, he attacked me again, so I picked him up and threw him into the grass," Chief Devoe said. 



If you thought the brother was bad, you've got to wait for it. "I detained him, I was trying to get my handcuffs on him when the other girl came over, and she started attacking me. I had one cuff on him, and by this time, I was yelling for backup, and some of the other guys were starting to show up," Chief Devoe said. The third person, Bret's girlfriend, was not arrested and the cops are now calling her the victim. 



While this was a tough situation for everyone involved, the cops claim that this was quite a dangerous situation for others in the way, too. "Traffic was packed, they were driving like animals. stuff you could have flipped a coin over, and now we have people who could have gotten killed." I mean, I understand rivalry and jealousy, but don't you think they should have pulled over when the cops asked them to and handled the whole situation like adults? Honestly, I know it's a grave situation, but I just cannot stop laughing! 


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