police car crash

police car crash

Police Car Crash

Miranda RaderSplash News A 19-year-old Texas A&M University student taking a topless selfie while driving slammed into the rear of a stopped police car and was arrested, police said on Thursday. The student, Miranda Rader, also had an open bottle of wine in a cup holder next to her, the Bryan Police Department said. The accident on Wednesday, near the university about 100 miles northwest of Houston, caused the airbag to deploy. Police said that when the officer whose car had been hit approached Rader, she was trying to put on her blouse. “I asked her why she was not dressed while driving and she stated she was taking a Snapchat photo to send to her boyfriend while she was at a red light,” the arresting officer wrote in an affidavit. Rader did not respond to an email seeking comment. She was arrested on suspicion of driving while intoxicated and released on a bond of $2,000, police said. A Texas college student was arrested after allegedly rear-ending a parked police car while taking a topless selfie.Splash News Share this:FacebookTwitterGoogleLinkedInWhatsAppEmailCopy
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Police Car Crash

Another car, a black Kia, hit an unrelated car at the same location, but the driver fled the scene. Police cannot confirm if that driver is connected to the suspects in the stolen car but did say that was one of the cars that sped away with the others from Bass Pro.
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Police Car Crash

Police said the driver of the stolen car lost control, and it hit a building at Second Street and Jefferson Street. Police took the driver and passenger, a 19-year-old and a 16-year-old, into custody.
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Police Car Crash

At a news conference Monday, Chittenden County State’s Attorney T.J. Donovan called the fatal crash an “unspeakable tragedy” and announced his office’s plans to arrest Bourgoin, who remained hospitalized in critical condition, on charges related to stealing the police cruiser and driving it recklessly. His bail was set at $1 million.
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Police Car Crash

Driver slams into Baltimore cop car while playing Pokemon GoUh, oh. A Pokemon Go enthusiast slammed into a Baltimore police car while playing the game on his phone Monday morning, according to authorities.
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Police Car Crash

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Police Car Crash

Bourgoin has another open domestic assault and unlawful restraint case pending against him from an incident this spring. A police affidavit obtained by WCAX alleged that he threatened to throw his then-girlfriend down the stairs and bash her head on the ground. The woman told Williston Police that Bourgoin hit her, WCAX reported, and kept her from leaving the house with the couple’s 2-year-old child.
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Police Car Crash

In a desperate attempt to save the teenagers trapped inside, the officer grabbed a fire extinguisher and rushed toward the blaze, according to the Vermont State Police. He pulled one young girl from the car and tried to suppress the flames.
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The accident on Wednesday, near the university about 100 miles northwest of Houston, caused the airbag to deploy. Police said that when the officer whose car had been hit approached Rader, she was trying to put on her blouse.
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Nearly 1,000 people gathered Monday night at Harwood Union High School to mourn the five teenagers killed in the crash, WCAX reported. That day, the creamery where one student worked handed out free soft-serve ice cream. The Harwood Union boys soccer team canceled its game, but players gathered on the field anyway, just to be together.
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Then he watched this scene in disbelief: His police cruiser — the red and blue emergency lights still activated — was speeding away from the wreckage. Behind the wheel sat a man, later identified as Steven D. Bourgoin, 36, the apparent owner of the wrong-way truck.
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It started when police received a call about people trying to break into vehicles at Bass Pro Shops at the Pyramid around 5:15 p.m. Tuesday. When officers arrived, the suspects drove away from the scene in three cars, one of them stolen.
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Published on Apr 29, 2017 | Under Car | By michael ellis
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