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  1. http://www.oaoa.com/news/local/article_6862122a-57c7-11e7-a949-136796923024.html Three people died and four were injured during a fiery collision Thursday night on Yukon Road, according to Odessa Police Department. A spokesman said police believe the wreck may have been linked to drunken driving. Odessa police have not been able to confirm any of the names of the people involved in the fatal wreck, but Odessa Police Department spokesman Cpl. Steve LeSueur said that the four people hurt were taken to Medical Center Hospital for treatment of injuries. The three people who died were occupants of a van. The four people injured were occupants of a Dodge Challenger, according to police. The driver of the Dodge Challenger is being investigated on a charge of intoxication/manslaughter, LeSueur said. The name of the driver has not been released, and he has not been charged, as he is being treated at MCH, he added. The range of injuries of the four individuals varied, but LeSueur said they were all non life-threatening. Dispatchers received a 911 call shortly before 9:30 p.m. and sent firefighters and Odessa police to the location where smoke was seen coming from a spot on the southbound side of Yukon Road. Radio broadcasts reported that one of the vehicles was engulfed in flames and that someone was trapped inside. Both the van and the Dodge Challenger were traveling westbound on Yukon Road when the Challenger reportedly collided into the van from behind. This led both vehicles to burst into flames, LeSueur said. “My son is that wreck,” said a woman who identified herself as Shellena, mother of 18-year-old Maurice Green. Shellena said Maurice called her on the cell to say he was in a bad accident, but the call apparently ended. Shellena walked toward the crash site, which was near Ratliff Stadium, and learned through police that Maurice was fine but that one of his traveling companions in the Dodge Challenger was hurt. Police diverted eastbound traffic to Tobosa Avenue. Follow Odessa American on twitter @OdessaAmerican, like us on Facebook at Odessa American or call 432-333-7714 for the main newsroom line.
  2. State Police Reading arrived on scene at the intersection of Noble Street and Mertz Road in Maxatawny for a one vehicle crash at 1:44 p.m. on June 16. A green 2015 Dodge Challenger had struck a utility pole head on. State Police report that the driver, Robert Hartline, 56, Kempton, was driving southbound on Noble Street at about 55 miles per hour when he fell asleep behind the wheel. The car then swerved to the right and went off the right side of the roadway and then struck the utility pole head on. Hartline sustained minor injuries. He was evaluated on scene by Kutztown EMS but refused further transport. The vehicle was towed by Andre’s Towing. State Police report that field sobriety tests were performed on Hartline and he was subsequently placed under arrest for suspicion of DUI. Hartline was also in possession of controlled substances and drug paraphernalia.
  3. http://www.berksmontnews.com/general-news/20170619/dodge-challenger-strikes-pole-head-on-in-maxatawny
  4. Murder-suicide, bummer. http://www.al.com/news/birmingham/index.ssf/2017/06/jefferson_county_deputies_inve_2.html Two found dead in car in Center Point, deputies say handgun was in man's lap 51 Updated on June 12, 2017 at 2:55 PMPosted on June 12, 2017 at 6:41 AM 0 shares By Ivana Hrynkiw ihrynkiw@al.com (Ivana Hrynkiw | ihrynkiw@al.com) Two bodies were found in a car in Center Point early Monday morning. UPDATE: 2 dead in Monday-morning murder-suicide now identified Jefferson County sheriff's deputies arrived to the 100 block of Villa Rica Court, off of Springville Road in Center Point, just before 4 a.m. Monday after someone made a report about a man slumped over the wheel in a parked car. When deputies arrived, they discovered an adult male and female inside a Dodge Challenger. Both were dead of gunshot wounds. Deputies found a handgun in the male's lap, the sheriff's office said. 2 dead in Monday-morning murder-suicide now identified The Jefferson County Sheriff's Office identified them as Dashia LaShay Abrams, 19, and Austin Dewayne Scott, 21. Abrams was a recent graduate of Huffman High School. Several family members were on the scene this morning and were emotional as the coroner's office removed the bodies from the car. An ambulance was also on the scene to offer medical aid to the grieving families. The sheriff's office is still investigating the incident. Names of the victims have not been released.
  5. http://www.detroitnews.com/story/news/local/oakland-county/2017/06/09/police-chase-video/102679940/ Waterford Township — Township police have released dash cam video footage of a 34-year-old woman leading officers on a high-speed chase in last week. In the six-minute video, a suspect, identified as Tiffany Elise Edwards, is seen speeding through a residential area on May 31. Her black Dodge Challenger takes numerous turns and, at one point, travels in reverse down a residential street. Edwards allegedly ran into an officer on foot, knocking him onto the hood of her car. The officer fired eight rounds into the driver’s compartment and was thrown off on Williams Lake Road. He suffered minor injuries. Police began their pursuit of Edwards after she was accused of stalking a 17-year-old girl. The teenager told police that shortly after midnight May 31, a woman in a dark Dodge Challenger followed her home a short distance from the CVS drugstore at Crescent Lake and Highland roads. The teenager told her parents and they called township police to report the woman who was in their backyard. When police arrived, the woman had returned to her vehicle. As they approached, she sped off, police said. Officers eventually caught Edwards after she abandoned her car on a nearby dead-end street. A tracking dog found her hiding behind a business. Tiffani Elise Edwards' Instagram photo of a black Dodge Challenger, the same color and make of car used to strike the Waterford Twp. police officer, that she captioned, "My new space ship." (Photo: Instagram.com) Edwards is charged with assault with intent to do great bodily harm less than murder, a 10-year felony; third-degree fleeing a police officer, a five-year felony; and assaulting, resisting and obstructing a police officer, a two-year felony. Bond was set at $50,00 cash. Edwards is scheduled to return to court June 21 for a preliminary exam. cwilliams@detroitnews.com
  6. There is not a doubt the Hellcat is the fucking deal of the century. I would trade mine in but I am so deep into it, I just refuse to sell it. That fucking thing will go with me to the grave.
  7. Looking good Guy.
  8. It is until you look at the interior, that shit is nasty.
  9. http://fox17.com/news/local/police-car-thieves-wanted-for-killing-scooter-rider-in-south-nashville NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Metro Police are searching for two car thieves they said fled the scene of a deadly hit and run which killed a scooter driver. Vernon D. Knight, 48, of Baby Ruth Lane in Nashville was killed along Mt. View Road about 9:10 p.m. Tuesday night. Police said a Dodge Challenger, that was later found to be stolen from the Nashville International Airport, collided with the scooter which Knight was traveling on. Knight died at the scene. The Challenger left the roadway and came to rest in a ditch. Police said two young black men, possibly in their late teens, fled on foot from the vehicle. One man was wearing a white shirt with dark shorts and the other was wearing a black shirt and dark shorts. Police said one of the subjects may have a leg injury. Witnesses told police that the Dodge Challenger was passing vehicles across the double line and into oncoming traffic prior to the crash.
  10. http://www.freep.com/story/news/2017/05/31/waterford-police-arrest-suspected-female-stalker-after-wild-chases/360432001/ A bizarre case of a female stalking suspect trying to elude police began after midnight Wednesday outside a Waterford drugstore and turned into multiple police chases — including one in which the suspect sped her Dodge Challenger at an officer on foot, then drove off with him clinging to her hood while firing eight rounds at her through the windshield, according to police. Amazingly, the woman sustained barely more than a scratch — a grazing bullet wound to her elbow — and, when she jerked her late-model Challenger onto a main road, the officer was thrown to the ground as she drove off, a police news release said. The same officer dashed back to his squad car and resumed pursuit until the woman’s Dodge was blocked by the fencing at a road’s dead-end and she ran away. Waterford police surrounded the area and called on Bloomfield Township police whose tracking dog found her hiding near Oakland County International Airport. The 34-year-old suspect was being held at the Oakland County Jail after being briefly treated for her flesh wound at a Pontiac hospital, police said. But no further information about her will be released until she has been charged, Waterford police Lt. Scott Good said. The officer who was struck by the Dodge Challenger was treated for minor injuries and is expected to make a full recovery, Good said. The incident began when a 17-year-old Waterford girl came out of a CVS drugstore on Highland Road, Waterford’s busy M-59 commercial strip, “and noticed a suspicious vehicle driving slowly through the lot,” according to the news release from police. Driving it was a woman who eyed the teen and, as she began driving home three miles away, followed her turn by turn, the release said. The girl parked in her driveway and saw the Dodge drive past only to park in front of a vacant lot next door. The teen entered her house, then watched as the woman got out of her Challenger and began roaming her backyard, at one point walking onto the home’s rear deck, the release said. So the teen called her mother, who called police as the female suspect returned to her parked car. A responding officer spotted her and began to approach on foot, only to have the Dodge take off and lead the officer on the initial chase, the release said. The woman was arrested just over a mile from the Waterford Township police station — and from the Waterford district courthouse.
  11. http://www.ebay.com/itm/1964-Plymouth-Custom-Barracuda-4x4-Station-Wagon-/222523488512?hash=item33cf6ef900:g:GhMAAOSw42JZJlEJ&vxp=mtr
  12. If it is a V8 RWD 300, it has a NAG1. 5 speed auto in all LX (300, Charger, Magnum) and LC (Challenger) cars.
  13. Assume thats a V8? Should be a NAG1, same as all the LX/LC cars.
  14. How could you go wrong for $2300?
  15. I really should keep up on the new products but have not unfortunately. I saw one in Bowling Green at the dealer and it really looked kick ass.