Articles Posted in Driving Offenses

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When a store employee tried to approach a woman they believed was stealing food from the market she allegedly attempted to run the man down with her vehicle.

On August 14, one of the clerks employed by Martin’s Food store in Eldersburg, Maryland, thought he recognized a woman who was thought to have stolen from the establishment on a previous occasion.

The employee trailed her around the grocery store until he watched the woman allegedly make her exit without paying for the items she had collected while shopping.

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A woman who was reportedly less than happy with her meal at McDonald’s is facing several felony charges after she allegedly shot a bullet into the floor in the lobby of the establishment before forcing police to chase her.

When a customer went to a Garden City, Georgia, McDonald’s and placed an order for a meal she left the restaurant after she was given the bag containing her food. The woman reportedly became angry when she realized she was not given fresh french fries with her order.

After returning to the store and confronting the manager about the cold fries, the woman allegedly engaged in a verbal altercation that caused an employee to come to the manager’s assistance. The three continued to dispute when the customer, identified as Lillian Tarver, allegedly threw the contents of her drink cup at the staff members and let herself behind the counter without permission.

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A man dressed as Batman’s notorious archnemesis allegedly led the authorities from Westminster to Venice Beach where he was detained and charged with a felony.

Around 3:00 pm on Saturday, a California Highway Patrol officer reportedly saw a sedan traveling down the 405 freeway that appeared as if it was being operated in a reckless manner.

In a pursuit that would continue for nearly an hour the CHP attempted to stop the car, but the suspect continued driving. After switching freeways and entering the adjoining Los Angeles County area the vehicle came to a halt in Venice Beach.

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When a man was pulled over for allegedly driving 16 miles over the posted speed limit, the officer reportedly found crack cocaine and many other drugs stored between the suspect’s buttocks.

On Thursday morning, a Flagler County deputy reportedly saw a Ford speeding, and he thought it looked as if the driver wasn’t wearing a seatbelt.

The deputy performed a traffic stop and included in the report that the driver seemed to be acting in a sketchy way. The deputy additionally believed the man seemed overly concerned about the presence of law enforcement, though it is arguably an anxiety-inducing predicament that most experience when being pulled over.

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A Vermont man is being charged for allegations that he was using an electronic device connected to the internet while driving, causing his vehicle to make an impact with a police car parked in the emergency lane.

Last Thursday afternoon, the driver of a vehicle who was having car troubles pulled to the side of the Interstate and called for police assistance so he would be safe from the surrounding traffic.

A Vermont State Police officer dispatched to the location and parked on the shoulder with his emergency flasher on so he could lend his assistance to the person experiencing the mechanical mishap.

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The driver of a commercial truck traveling through Moorpark was pulled over for suspicion of having manufactured license plates leading to his arrest for several infractions.

On May 28, a motorcycle officer reportedly saw a semi-truck displaying a license plate that appeared to be bogus.

The officer conducted a traffic stop on the vehicle and spoke with the driver about the plate with the counterfeit characteristics, which had the word “Califas” in the spot designated for the state name. The photo provided by the Sheriff’s Office shows an unevenly shaped black rectangle with raised yellow lettering that was lined up in an irregular fashion.

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When the authorities came across a New Jersey man working as a Lyft driver, they allegedly found that he did not possess a valid driver’s license and that his DMV record displayed more than a few suspensions of his privilege to operate a motor vehicle.

On Saturday night, 57-year-old Leith Crossen was accused of using his Volkswagen Jetta to pick up and transport passengers for the Lyft ride service when he was not legally permitted to do so.

Crossen allegedly took a passenger to their destination on Long Island, and after departing the location his car ran out of gas.

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An off duty deputy allegedly spotted an elderly man driving down the Interstate while seated atop his vehicle’s open sunroof with his arms in the air.

Near 1:00 pm, the deputy began to record the seemingly carefree spirit with his cam. The man can be seen with arms extended to his sides while his hair blows in the wind from the momentum of the vehicle’s alleged speed, which was reported as 100 miles per hour.

When 911 was alerted by the deputy, Highway Patrol located a vehicle that they believed was the car being operated by the suspect.

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When a Lyft driver and another automobile were in a collision, the driver of the other car allegedly responded by flying off the handle and attempting to assault the service vehicle’s operator.

Hollywood, Florida, residents Carlos Camilo Nino and his wife were out for a drive on Sunday, when and he an SUV being used as a Lyft and in the act of transporting two passengers at the time reportedly crashed.

Following the impact, the two vehicles reportedly pulled into the parking lot of a nearby library so that they could handle the matter.

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A man from Texas was accused of employing a technological device in order to conceal his license plate while passing through toll booths so that he could allegedly skip out on paying the fees.

27-year-old Preston Cody Talbot was reportedly driving on the North Sam Houston Parkway West on Thursday, against an order that banned him from doing so after he was held responsible for racking up $5,473.07 in unpaid toll fees.

Deputies working near one of the toll booths on the Parkway allegedly spotted a vehicle that they believed had failed to deposit the required funds while passing through.