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05-17-2018, 05:14 AM

Chase suspect finally stopped by fallen pants

Updated: May 16, 2018 - 12:59 PM

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DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. - What started as a traffic stop quickly turned into a high-speed chase, back-to-back crashes and an arrest that happened thanks, in part, to the suspect’s pants falling down.:p

Tobias Smith, 24, faces a long list of charges stemming from the chaotic chase and crashes.

Daytona Beach police say they tried to pull Smith over Tuesday for trying to cut through a parking lot along West International Speedway Boulevard to avoid a traffic light. Documents say Smith took off on North Nova Road.

Smith made a hard right from the center lane onto Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune Boulevard, police say, and at one point drove 60 mph in an area with a 25 mph speed limit.

Police say Smith ran a red light at the intersection with North Keech Street, and hit a car, a light pole and then the front of Nu-Looks Barber Shop, which had customers in it at the time.

After the crash, police say Smith got out of the car and started running. Two officers caught up to him as his pants fell to his ankles, knocking him down.

05-19-2018, 10:19 AM

Suspected DUI Driver Charged With Murder After Irvine Crash; Mother Killed ID’d
Posted 3:33 PM, May 18, 2018


A Santa Ana man with two prior convictions for driving under the influence was charged with murder after he allegedly crashed into a family of four while driving drunk in Irvine, killing the mother earlier this week, the Orange County District Attorney’s Office said Friday.

The woman killed in the crash has been identified by authorities as Jeongmi Choi, 45. Her two teenage children, ages 18 and 15, and 49-year-old husband were injured in the crash.

The murder charge, along with multiple DUI charges, were filed just days after the family was hit while out for a walk.

According to prosecutors, Kamal Akwette Attoh, 37, was driving drunk with a blood alcohol content of 0.22 percent — more than two times the legal limit.

The Bobster
05-25-2018, 06:21 PM

Shackled 77-Year-Old School Bus Driver Charged in NJ Field Trip Deaths Shuffles :rolleyes: Into Court; Prosecutor Says More Charges May Come
Thirty-eight students and seven adults were aboard the bus when it collided with a dump truck on Route 80 on May 17
By Pat Battle
Published at 12:26 PM EDT on May 25, 2018 | Updated 3 hours ago


The 77-year-old driver behind the wheel of the school bus that collided with a dump truck on a New Jersey highway while trying to make a sudden U-turn in the median last week shuffled slowly into a Morristown court Friday to face charges of causing the death of a 10-year-old twin and teacher.

Hudy Muldrow Sr. appeared in court with his hands and ankles handcuffed. He was charged a day earlier with two counts of death by auto in the May 17 crash on state Route 80 that left 10-year-old Miranda Vargas and teacher Jennifer Williamson Kennedy dead, according to authorities.

Vargas' father and Williamson Kennedy's husband sat next to each other in the courtroom as prosecutors said more charges could be coming. Muldrow was ordered held pending another hearing next week.

He was driving the bus from East Brook Middle School in Paramus to a Waterloo Village, a historic site in Stanhope, at the time of the crash. Thirty-eight students and seven adults were aboard the bus when he allegedly made the sudden U-Turn; a dump truck collided with the bus, knocking it off its chassis.

An attorney for Muldrow told News 4 Thursday the accident was "a truly tragic event."

"We mourn the loss of life and our thoughts and prayers are with the families so affected. Likewise, that extends to all those that were injured in this accident," the attorney, Mathew W. Reisig, said in a statement.

An elder from Muldrow's church, Willie Clark, said he visited the driver on Monday and described him as "broken" and "sad."

"He wouldn't have had this happen for anything," Clark said. "It's a sad situation all around. We pray for the families who've lost loved ones and those who were hurt."

Clark said Muldrow told him he didn't realize he had done anything wrong, and described him as a good man who attends Sunday school classes every week. He said he knows many people say Muldrow shouldn't be driving a school bus because of his age, but said, "If you saw him before now he appears to be 60."

Muldrow had a total of 14 license suspensions, eight speeding tickets, a careless driving ticket and a ticket for an improper turn in 2010, a spokeswoman for the Motor Vehicle Commission said. The most recent suspension was from Dec. 20 of last year to Jan. 3 of this year for unpaid parking tickets.

Muldrow had a commercial driver's license issued in 2012 and got the school bus endorsement on his commercial driver's license in 2013, the MVC said.

His arrest Thursday came the same day as Kennedy's funeral. Hundreds attended services for Vargas on Monday, and her parents have sent a notice of tort to Paramus town and school officials indicating they plan to sue.

The Bobster
06-01-2018, 04:01 PM

Woman accused of hit-and-run, baby-dumping arrested
By Georgett Roberts
May 31, 2018 | 10:55pm


A Queens woman faced a host of criminal counts on Thursday in connection to a crazy hit-and-run crash that ended with her allegedly giving away her year-old baby to a stranger.

Malikah George, 25, was arrested Thursday after crashing her car into a school in Ozone Park and giving the child to a female bystander on the street, along with a note with the name and phone number of the baby’s dad, according to witnesses and prosecutors.

Then hours after the crash, George returned to the scene and spoke to a WABC-TV news crew as a witness — before admitting she was actually the baby-dumping driver. It was not clear how she was arrested.

“I learn that we all make mistakes. We have to admit them. I don’t take back what I did,” George told cops, according to Queens Assistant DA Barry Pinto. “Did you guys see me on TV? ”

She was put on supervised release after the Queens court hearing. The DA did not ask for an order of protection to keep George away from her baby girl – who is in the care of Children’s Services.

George and her lawyer declined comment as they left court. They sprinted west on Queens Boulevard, outrunning reporters shouting questions at them.

She was charged with reckless endangerment, endangering the welfare of a child, leaving the scene of an incident and several vehicle traffic laws including driving without a license, registration or insurance.

“The defendant in this case apparently panicked after an alleged fender bender turned into a car chase and the young mother lost control of her vehicle and crashed into a fence,” according to a statement by Queens DA Richard Brown.

“Acknowledging that she does not have a driver’s license nor insurance for the automobile, the mother is alleged to have run from the area and left the child with a woman on the street. Fortunately the baby girl was unhurt and safe, but parents must always be mindful that regardless of the circumstances the safety and well-being of one’s children must be the top priority.”