In the United States, Reckless driving is the number one cause of teenage death in the nation. Reckless driving can be classified as anything from speeding and swerving, to purposely trying to run someone over, or hurt them while driving. In America, there are countless organizations calling to help end the high death rate in teenagers that reckless driving takes. People such as Parents, Drivers Education Instructors and even state legislators have realized the problem and are seeking reform. In 2011 alone 2,650 teens between the ages of 16-19 were killed due to reckless driving. (CDC) Reckless driving is a death that is very preventable, with proper education and warning. As well as problem that is not taken seriously by the juvenile’s committing the act. Most juveniles don’t worry what so ever about dying in a car crash because they think that it won’t happen to them. Under Reckless Driving, in Green Bay, speeding, not paying attention and lack of caring are three of the biggest issues with teen drivers and juveniles.
Under New York State law a person who takes a vehicle for the purposes of denying a proprietor of its utilization or ownership, and the vehicle taken is worth more than $100, that individual commits the crime of grand larceny in the fourth degree, which is a Class E felony offense. (Theoharis, 2016) Joe, Larry and Bob can face up to four years with a minimum of one year in prison for driving a stolen vehicle. Criminal conduct involves an assortment of activities, which includes: the planning the crime, carrying out the offense, evading arrest, and disposing of the fruits of the crime. This law divided the participants in a crime into principals and accessories. (Lippman, 2016) In this case, Joe was the perpetrator of this crime because he used a firearm to kill one bystander and injured another. The crime of murder in the first degree is premeditated and
“I located a stolen vehicle on 06/12/2016, at approximately 0930 hours at Copperstone Circle and Copperstone Court in Chesapeake, Virginia. The vehicle is a 2015 Dodge Charger with Virginia license plates of VEZ-1766. I took the initial report for the vehicle on 06/11/2016. It was assigned case #16-78080. I stayed with the vehicle and did not let it out of my sight. I notified FTO Noble that I had located the vehicle. He stated he was in route to the location. Prior to FTO Noble’s arrival Officer B. D. Baker arrived on scene and stated he had observed two black males that possible matched the
I then made contact with James in the Hubbard Co. Jail & obtained a recorded statement from him. James stated Archie told him he had the car for sale & he was willing to sell it pretty cheap. James stated he bought the car for $700.00 & a ‘little something’ else (referring to drugs). Archie then drove James to Greg’s home & attempted to get Greg to sign the Title over. It was about 4 days later, James stated he was pulled over, arrested, and learned the car was listed as stolen.
Deputy Martin returned to the vehicle stop location and was able to obtain vehicle driver information from the resident of 1500 Wooten Road, Larry Minchue. Mr. Minchue said the vehicle belonged to his wife and his stepson, Christopher Minchue, was the driver. Christopher Minchue, was found to have two felony Probation Revocation warrants. Deputy Martin will obtain warrant(s) for Christopher Minchue for fleeing.
“Officer Groome attempted to stop a 2003 Honda Civic on Oliver Avenue in the city of Chesapeake for stolen license plates. Officer Groome activated his lights and siren for the driver to pull over. The driver of the vehicle did not stop, ran multiple stop signs and red lights, and was driving in excess of 80 mph. The driver continued driving through South Norfolk area into the city of Norfolk. The vehicle came to a stop on Reservoir Avenue in the city of Norfolk. The driver was identified as the accused and the passenger got out of the vehicle and ran. The Norfolk police responded to the area with their K9 unit, and the accused was hiding underneath the crawl space of a house. The accused was found in possession of a dime bag of marijuana and the vehicle, property belonging to Paul Brady, which had been reported stolen on 09/26/2015, in the city of Chesapeake. The accused is not a licensed driver. The accused stated that he received this vehicle from a “friend.”
The vehicle then made a right turn onto Northbrook Dr, a right turn onto Gardendale and a left turn onto Woodlane. The vehicle turned left onto Landier Rd, headed south and turned left onto Southern Dr. The vehicle continued south, turned left onto Oxford Dr and turned left on University Dr. The vehicle then turned right onto Southern Dr, crossed Ladnier Rd into the College Park Elementary School's north entrance and drove into the grass behind the school. The vehicle then came to a stop in the northwest corner of the School's property. A black male exited the vehicle from the drivers side and a white female exited form the passenger. Both fled on foot towards West Park Dr. During the pursuit, the vehicle failed to stop at every intersection was traveling in excess of 50 MPH in a residential neighborhood.
The driver was the owner of the car and was interviewed. He was released from custody as he denied any knowledge of the drugs or cash that was found in the vechicle.
Three people were taken to the hospital after a crash in West Lafayette Saturday. It happened just before 6 p.m. at the intersection of Salisbury and Sagamore Parkway. According to West Lafayette Police, a 17-year-old driver was traveling East on Sagamore when he rear ended another car.
Ty’Lik Evans Sociology Assignment 2 Teen Driving Teen driver’s affect other people on the road by speeding for a show, distractions from the cell phone, or the radio, and texting and driving.
Wentz who advised if the registered owner of the vehicle was positively identified as the suspect in the theft then a Warrant for his arrest could be typed. After speaking with Det. Wentz, I prepared Warrant 2016 204 for Theft of Movable property, which is a 4th degree crime.
At&ts distraction from driving commercial has a purpose of showing teen drivers that one second with your eyes off the road can cost your life, as well as the passengers in your vehicle. The commercial shows teen girls packed in to a car, while blaring music. The teen driver takes
On Tuesday, 10/18/2016, at 1312 hours, I, Deputy Stacy Stark #1815 initiated a traffic stop at the intersection of Highway 13 and Country Club Rd. Murphysboro, Jackson County, Illinois after a LEADS inquiry, upon the license plate of a gold 2002 Buick 4 door bearing Illinois registration Z907828, indicated the registered owner had a suspended drivers license. The registered owner of the vehicle was listed as Brenda D. Dozier (Female, DOB: 09/03/1958). The vehicle was traveling at a speed several MPH below the posted speed limit. The gold Buick and I were traveling west on Highway 13 from Carbondale, Illinois. I passed the gold Buick on Highway 13 in an attempt to observe the driver to be a female. I was unable to see the driver due to the tinted windows. I proceeded to pull ahead and I pulled over at the intersection of Highway 13 and Airport Rd. I then waited for the gold Buick to drive by. I could see through the front windshield of the gold Buick. I viewed the driver to be a female and there was a male passenger.
At approximately 22 : 07 hours (1)on 01/08/2016 I overheard Racine County Sheriff broadcast a driving complaint . The information on the driving complaint was that a vehicle was being followed by a complaint , who was observing erratic/unsafe driving behavior . I contacted my dispatch via radio and informed them I would be setting up for the vehicle (2)at the Kenosha/Racine County line southbound . Trooper Lawson was setting up at the HWY 20 region on Interstate 94 , and Trooper Lohman was on his way to the area . At approximately 22 : 19 hours Trooper Lohman saw the vehicle described in the driving complaint . The vehicle was also being followed by the complainant (3)who was behind the vehicle (4)with their emergency flashers on . VEHICLE CONTACT : . Trooper
My best friend, Christina is a very dangerous driver due to her lack of experience, safety, and distractions. She is going to Florida State University next year. Everyone in my town is worried for her, because she is not the best driver. We live in small community in Pennsylvania with one main road, and everyone knows about Christina’s driving skills. Christina is a hazardous driver due the number of tickets, accidents, and problems she has caused on the road. She is very distracted by a number of things such as, phone usage, music, and food. Christina’s lack of experience plays a crucial part in her dangerous driving. She does not practice the rules of the road; therefore, she causes accidents.