Articles Tagged with property damage

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A Florida man purported to be drunk was arrested after he reportedly smashed his vehicle into a county road sign reminding drivers on the road to “Stay Sober or Get Pulled Over.”

In the early morning hours on August 30 in Port Charlotte, an electrical sign placed by the county reading, “Stay Sober or Get Pulled Over,” was destroyed when a blue Mazda truck reportedly struck it, resulting in a single-vehicle collision.

The authorities were alerted about the incident, and an officer headed to the scene to learn what had taken place.

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A man in Stockton was allegedly driving under the influence when he reportedly sparked many fires and two accidents, before leading the police on a high-speed chase for more than 5-miles.

On the afternoon of July 5, a pickup truck was seen traveling down the highway in Stockton, California. The vehicle was reportedly lacking the front passenger side wheel, but that did not hinder the driver from driving the truck on the road.

When an officer saw the truck he reportedly tried to pull over the driver, but the man behind the wheel allegedly ignored it and continued down a different road.

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A Florida couple is facing charges after they allegedly stole a Donald Trump campaign flag from a neighbor’s property during the night with their children in tow.

41-year-old Geoffrey Michael Fraiche and his wife, 38-year-old Laura Ann Webb-Fraiche, are both gynecologists who are employed in different hospitals in Pensacola, Florida.

The married couple, who lives in Gulf Breeze with their two children, reportedly drank a little alcohol which allegedly caused them to become mischievously playful.

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A Florida man driving a truck with a “Don’t Drink and Drive” bumper sticker was accused of ignoring the message and causing a 3-car accident.

Just after 8:00 pm on November 22, a Largo resident was reportedly driving a truck at an estimated speed of 35-40 mph when his vehicle crashed into the back of a car that was idle behind another stopped vehicle.

From the strong impact of being rear-ended at that speed, the first car was lurched forward and smashed into the car in front of it.

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