WSU Officer Efrain Rueda #159 advised the driver turned northbound on Holyoke at which time I turned aroundon 17th street near lot 26. I then say WSU Officer Efrain Rueda #159 and WSU Officer Chris Tener #147 still chasing the run vehicle westbound on 17th passing Hillside. I advised dispatch at approximently 0240 hours since there were already two WSU Officers chasing I would stay on campus.
This officer responded to Broad and Ridge Rd to assist Ofc. Gary with an accident and OWI Investigation. This officer arrived on scene and took over the investigation so Ofc. Gary could respond to a SWAT call out in Schererville. Ofc. Gary advised that Newland rear-ended a vehicle driven by Mathew Maples causing property damage. Maples also positively identified Newland as the driver of the vehicle during the accident.
In summary, on 07/23/16 at 2123 hours I was dispatched to 5919 W. Ogden Ave. in regards to a Hit and Run. I received information via Dispatch that the striking vehicle (Gold Chevy IL 1758010B) was parked at 5919 W Ogden Avenue.
A post collision examination of Vehicle 1 revealed it was powered by a sequential multi-point fuel injection, 160-hp 4.0 Litre, V6, OHC, 12 valve engine, with no apparent modifications. The drive train consisted of a rear wheel drive, 4 speed automatic transmission with overdrive, with no apparent modifications and both
When entering the east bound lane of I20 from the frontage road just east of Matlock Road traffic was flowing then it stopped. At that time Ms. Henderson car collided with the back of my car (Gray Volkswagen CC, Lic. Plate DDS 2919) (Car 01).
A second vehicle had minor damage to the rear bumper, but no one in that vehicle was injured.
driver one, advised she was stop at the light when the white van backed into her vehicle.
On the day of the collision Witness John McDaniels (W1) reported that a Red Honda Accord (CA: 3PPT728) was driving westbound on E St. immediately after the collision occurred.
Officer Shinn was involved in a T/C while operating #38. He was on a 927 for a GTA when his vehicle collided with a light pole located in the Chase Bank parking lot. Officer Shinn was not injured. The vehicle sustained moderate damage to the driver’s side front quarter panel and other possible mechanical damage which rendered the unit inoperable. The light pole did not sustain any damage. The vehicle was towed to city yards and taken out of service. Corporal Scheppmann is handling the Blue Team and Officer Hutchinson is completing the traffic collision report.
During the interview McKenzie was asked to tell us where he saw the police vehicle and how he came into contact with the deputy. McKenzie stated he saw the police car and pulled in and pulled back out. McKenzie was asked if he pulled into the driveway and turned around and he stated “Yes”. McKenzie stated he was lost and had never been in that area before. McKenzie was shown a printed
Officer Jimenez initiated the emergency lights of the patrol vehicle in order to conduct a traffic stop. Upon activating his emergency lights, the vehicle came to a complete stop at the 3800 of North
Officer Danny Robinson (R984) is interested in becoming an alternate Mobil Command Vehicle he has been with the department for minimum of two years continuous services as a MARTA Police Officer and has received satisfactory on his most recent performance evaluation. Officer Robinson is in good physical condition that will allow him to safe operation of the MARTA Police Mobile Command Vehicle. He is willing to obtain advance training in the areas of Emergency Management (NIMS and Haze-mat Training) in support of the MARTA Police Emergency Preparedness Unit. Office Robinson had a Class A commercial license and has knowledge in driving large vehicles. He now in the process of renewing his commercial license and obtain a passenger endorsement as
I exited my patrol vehicle and attempted to make contact with the driver. However, the truck and boat were unoccupied.
The drive was going fine, until she was crying so much that she missed a turn and slammed into another car. Both her and the driver of the other car got out of the cars and were thankfully not injured. The other car did not have much damage, but Valencia was not so lucky, as the back end of her car was smashed in with the bumper barely hanging on. Both drivers had called 911, and a police car was the first person to arrive on the scene, as it was a fairly rural road they were driving on. The police officer seemed like a normal police officer, assessing the damage to both cars, making sure no one was injured, and then getting both Valencia and the other drivers’ side of the story.
”A moment later, Walker exited onto La Sierra Avenue, then stopped at a red light. He peered through a thin line of roadside shrubs, where again he saw the patrol car. It was hurriedly parked on an overpass.A trooper was out of the car, struggling