EVESHAM TWP., New Jersey (WPVI) -- Police in Evesham Township, New Jersey released new body camera video showing officers responding to a dangerous chase over the weekend.
It happened around 2 a.m. Sunday, April 30, in Evesham Township after police say they tried to pull over a speeding driver who wouldn't stop.
Several officers and a police K-9 were injured amid the chaos.
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The body cam footage released by police starts when officers approach a white Hyundai sedan in a driveway on Marlborough Avenue.
"Come out of the car," an officer can be heard saying.
After obtaining a warrant, police say they tried to arrest the driver, 23-year-old Marc Ferraiolo, at his home.
Ferraiolo says multiple times he wants to "get his mom," and does not get out of the vehicle.
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When an officer tries to break the driver's side window, the car reverses out of the driveway, hitting an officer's vehicle. It then accelerates forward, striking the police vehicle again.
A few seconds later the car reverses and two police officers are seen running out of the way. The footage shows several more crashes in the street.
Police say in the car with Ferraiolo was his wife, 42-year-old Ruth Patton, who is charged with verbally threatening to kill officers during the ordeal.
Court papers show later in an interview with police, she said her husband told her that he "wished to kill two police officers by using the vehicle to run them over."
Ferraiolo's vehicle eventually comes to a stop, and according to court documents he had a seizure, at which point he was removed from the vehicle by police and taken to the hospital.
Police say a K9 officer was inside one of the vehicles that was struck multiple times. Footage shows the dog being removed and checked out.
None of the officers were seriously hurt.
Police say this couple was known to them and they've received multiple complaints from neighbors about disruptive behavior at their house.
Both Ferraiolo and Patton have detention hearings Friday morning in Burlington Superior Court. They will remain behind bars for now.
Ferraiolo has been charged with two counts of attempted murder of a police officer in the first degree, two counts of aggravated assault on police in the third degree, two counts of eluding in the third degree, four counts of criminal mischief in the fourth degree, and injuring a police canine in the fourth degree.
Patton was charged with terroristic threats in the third degree and obstruction of justice in the fourth degree.