The police chased（追赶） the car. The car didn't stop. The driver drove faster and faster. The driver went downtown. The driver drove on the sidewalks（人行道）. The driver drove through parking lots（停车场）. The driver drove through red lights. The driver drove like a crazy man. "That driver drives like a crazy man," said one policeman. The police followed the driver. They drove on the sidewalks. They drove through parking lots. They drove through red lights. The driver crashed into a newsstand（报摊）. The car stopped. The newsstand owner looked at the car. The driver got out. The newsstand owner yelled（大声喊叫） at him. "You owe（欠钱） me money," he yelled. "You owe me $10,000. You crashed into my newsstand. You destroyed（毁坏） my newsstand." The driver said no problem. He gave the owner $10,000 cash. Of course, it wasn't the driver's money. It was stolen（偷来的） money. It was a stolen car. The police arrived.