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  • djack16
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    Originally posted by SgtCHP View Post
    Holy crud. Looks like the thing was fused to the car.

    And aggravated assault...the officer might have been observed shouting profanities at the motorist and then rapidly accelerated into the bike. Who knows? Definitely more to this story.

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  • SgtCHP
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    Picture of the vehicles

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  • Desert DPS
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    Originally posted by AZLawDawg View Post
    there's a lot more to the story.
    There had better be if they are planning on charging him criminally.

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  • AZLawDawg
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    there's a lot more to the story.

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  • OverCharged
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    AZ just likes screwing its officers.

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  • TX Heat
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    Aggravated Assault over a traffic collision???
    Either their laws are radically different than most state laws or there is more to this story.

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  • Off-Duty DPS Officer Faces Possible Charges In Freeway Crash

    http://www.kpho.com/news/13257731/detail.html

    PHOENIX -- A veteran Department of Public Safety officer is facing possible criminal charges following an early morning wreck in Phoenix that shut down part of Interstate-17 for nearly six hours.

    The officer, 50-year-old George Aguilera, was off-duty and driving in his own Ford Mustang at the time of the three-vehicle accident, which occurred about 1:30 a.m. on southbound Interstate 17 near Glendale Avenue, DPS officers said.

    DPS spokesman Sergeant Harold Sanders said Aguilera's car rear-ended a motorcycle, knocking the man off the cycle.

    The victim, 26-year-old Phoenix resident Mark Streech, was then run over by an 18-wheeler, officers said.

    Streech was taken to a hospital in serious condition.

    Sanders said investigators are looking at charging Aguilera, who's been with DPS 27 years, with aggravated assault.

    Investigators also are looking into whether there was any impairment.

    Neither Aguilera nor the truck driver was hurt.

    All southbound lanes reopened around 7:15 a.m.

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