Articles Tagged with reckless driving

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When the police were trying to detain a man in the middle of the street during a rainstorm, the suspect began to dance around and twerking in a purported attempt to mock and resist them.

57-year-old Richard Wolfe is from Crystal River, Florida.

Around noon on September 7, Wolfe was reportedly driving his SUV down State Road 44 in Inverness.

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A scantily clad Florida woman reportedly stole a car and forced the police to chase her through several counties while driving over 100 MPH.

On the morning of May 15, the Gilchrist County Sheriff’s Office was notified about the alleged car theft of a 2009 Cadillac Sedan.

The Sheriff’s Office alerted the Florida Highway Patrol about the situation, and troopers joined the deputies that were already searching for the allegedly stolen vehicle.

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An allegedly intoxicated Florida man reportedly went on a spree of destruction before sinking his car in a retention pond and refusing to return to shore, where the police were waiting.

On the evening of April 10, 29-year-old Justin Lorrison was reportedly experiencing a run of bad luck.

The man was asked to leave his grandmother’s home for an undisclosed reason.

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An Indiana teenager may face several charges for allegations of driving under the influence and causing five accidents, in addition to fleeing from the scenes and the police.

18-year-old Edgar DelaCruz Veronico resides in Columbus.

Last Friday afternoon, Veronico allegedly consumed alcohol before driving his Ford Mustang around town.

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Virginia police reportedly busted the same man two times for allegedly driving under the influence, with each arrest taking place approximately nine hours apart.

38-year-old Travis Baker is from Fredericksburg, Virginia.

On the evening of February 23, Baker was reportedly under the influence of intoxicants.

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When an officer clocked a motorist at 120 MPH, the alleged lead-footed driver reportedly explained that the title of the song on the radio helped determine his driving speed.

Around 7:30 pm on February 20, 21-year-old Richard Lee Ortecho and a female passenger were reportedly traveling down Interstate 95 in an area close to Vero Beach.

As they cruised down the road, Ortecho was allegedly blasting the rap song “A Ciento Veinte” by the artist “Track Insano.”

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A Florida inmate was taken to the hospital for surgery and reportedly got his hands on a janitorial outfit to disguise himself while allegedly escaping from custody.

39-year-old Jermaine Henderson hails from Miami, and he is on probation for a case involving an armed robbery.

On January 5, Henderson was driving through town when two officers saw him and asserted that he was not wearing his seatbelt while operating the vehicle.

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The manager of the Chicago White Sox was facing charges for DUI, but he agreed to plead guilty to a deal for a lesser charge.

Tony La Russa is the current manager of the Chicago White Sox Major League Baseball team. La Russa was also the former manager for the team between 1979 and 1986, and he was elected into the National Baseball Hall of Fame.

76-year-old La Russa was in Arizona in February, and he was arrested and accused of two counts of class 1 misdemeanor driving under the influence of intoxicants.

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The Atlanta rap artist “Silentó” was jailed and charged after allegedly driving more than double the posted speed limit on the Interstate.

22-year-old Richard Lamar “Ricky” Hawk is a rapper and singer who goes by the professional names “Silentó” and “Prince Silento.”

Hawk’s 2015 hit song “Watch Me (Whip/Nae Nae),” was number 3 on the 2015 Billboard US Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart. This summer, the video, which features the popular dances named in the title, hit over 1.7 billion views on YouTube.

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A man in Michigan reportedly drove his car over a drawbridge in a daring act that led to his arrest.

Last Wednesday evening, 26-year-old Miguel Gomez was reported as sitting in his idle vehicle on one side of the Ford Street Bridge in Detroit.

Gomez reportedly awaited the lowering of the drawbridge. In an event fit for a stuntman, he accelerated and careened his car over the gap in the structure before it was closed.

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