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Everything posted by Goehner

  1. And here we go.................
  2. Double whammy, crash and crime https://www.leavenworthtimes.com/news/20190318/car-crashes-into-house A man was arrested early Friday morning after he allegedly crashed into a house in north Leavenworth, a police spokesman said. The incident was reported at 12:08 a.m. in the 500 block of North Seventh Street. The driver reportedly attempted to make a “sliding U-turn” to park a Dodge Challenger, according to Maj. Dan Nicodemus, deputy chief of the Leavenworth Police Department. “He lost control and crashed into the house,” Nicodemus said. The man was arrested for allegedly driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs and reckless driving. Leavenworth firefighters assisted five people out of the home, according to Mark DeMaranville, division chief of prevention for the Leavenworth Fire Department. The American Red Cross provided them with temporary housing assistance. No injuries were reported, according to Nicodemus.
  3. I know there have been plenty in the past, but lets get this party started with this one. http://www.lex18.com/news/woman-arrested-for-raising-cane-at-winchester-car-dealership A Madison County woman was arrested accused of "raising cane" at a Winchester car dealership. Laqueeta Penman and her boyfriend went to the Rod Hatfield Dealership in Clark County to trade in their car. They got a Dodge Challenger, but Penman says her boyfriend changed his mind. She says the problem started when they tried to get the old car back - there was a disagreement about money and getting the key back. According to the citation, Penman was "raising cane" at the dealership. Investigators say a deputy asked her to leave several times when she was being disorderly but she wouldn't. Penman and her boyfriend are accused of fighting a deputy after he tried to arrest Penman. The citation says the deputy tried to use a taser, but Penman grabbed it out of his hand. "I don't know who was the scariest. Either it was the detective attacking me was the scariest, or the people at the car shop who watched it. It was 20 people and no one helped," Penman said. "I was getting beat down there." LEX 18 tried to speak with witnesses at the dealership, but a manager said there was no comment. Penman is facing several charges including assaulting a police officer and disarming a police officer.
  4. Yea, maybe not a nice topic, but always fine to share for the lessons to be learned. http://www.latimes.com/local/lanow/la-me-ln-dodge-challenger-big-rig-crash-20131111,0,3505518.story#axzz2l0TSDEtl By Ari BloomekatzNovember 11, 2013, 10:43 a.m. The driver of a Dodge Challenger slammed into a big rig Monday morning, shearing off the car's roof. The crash, which occurred at 1:10 a.m. at the offramp of the southbound 605 Freeway at Washington Boulevard in Whittier, seriously injured the driver of the car, according to the California Highway Patrol. The driver of the big rig failed to stop at the end of the offramp and made an illegal left turn "directly into the path" of the car, the CHP said. The Challenger became lodged underneath the truck, KTLA reported, its roof sheared off by the force of the impact. The driver of the big rig tried to drive away from the scene, the CHP said, but according to KTLA his truck stopped working a short time later and he was taken into custody. Officials said the driver of the Challenger sustained major injuries and was in serious condition.
  5. https://www.klfy.com/top-stories/impaired-driver-kills-texas-man-in-early-morning-crash-on-i-10/1856274050 (Calcasieu Parish) - (Calcasieu Parish)– On March 17, 2019, at 3:46 a.m., Louisiana State Police Troop D responded to a two-vehicle crash on Interstate 10 about five and a half miles west of Sulphur, La. The crash claimed the life of 50-year-old Ricky James Broussard of Pasadena, Texas. The initial investigation revealed a 2014 Dodge Challenger driven by 25-year-old Sandy N. Deleon of McAllen Texas was traveling west on I-10 at a high rate of speed and struck the rear of a 2003 Ford pickup truck driven by 56-year-old Cynthia A. Broussard of Pasadena Texas. The impact caused both drivers to lose control of their vehicles. The Dodge ran off the left side of the roadway and struck a guardrail before coming to a stop. The Ford pickup truck ran off the right side of the roadway and struck the left guardrail causing the unrestrained rear passenger to be ejected from the vehicle. The unrestrained passenger, Ricky Broussard, was transported to West Cal-Cam Hospital with serious injuries where he later died. Both drivers were properly restrained but Cynthia Broussard sustained moderate injuries. Deleon, the driver of the Dodge, was not injured. Further investigation revealed Deleon was impaired at the time of the crash. Deleon was arrested and transported to Troop D for processing. Upon arrival at Troop D, Deleon provided a breath sample revealing a blood alcohol content almost two and a half times the legal limit. Deleon was charged with DWI first offense, vehicular homicide, vehicular negligent injuring, careless operation, and driving under suspension. She was booked into the Calcasieu Correctional Center. More charges could be added to Deleon. The crash remains under investigation.
  6. Looks good.
  7. https://www.yourcentralvalley.com/crime/man-arrested-for-stealing-classic-pickup-truck-police-say/1849237954 FRESNO, California - A Fresno man was arrested by Fresno police officers after spotting him driving a stolen vehicle on Monday. Police say the Help Eliminate Auto Theft Task Force officers (HEAT) spotted Juan Acevedo, 34, of Fresno, driving a stolen Dodge Challenger with paper plates in the area of Central and Chestnut avenues. The Dodge matched a recently stolen vehicle, police say. The vehicle was pulled over at Sarah and Lincoln avenues, police say. After a records check of the cars vehicle identification number (VIN), police confirmed the vehicle to be the stolen Challenger. Acevedo was identified as a suspect in another car theft. Police say he stole a classic 1959 Ford 100 pickup truck from his landlord. Acevedo sold the Ford truck to another person, police say. Acevedo was arrested and booked into the Fresno County Jail on charges of felony auto theft and receiving stolen property, police say.
  8. Added two XL shirts for Goehner and Alb440, thanks Speedy.
  9. Sold my covers a couple years ago, good luck.
  10. https://www.sj-r.com/news/20190311/lockport-man-killed-in-i-55-crash-near-sherman A 60-year-old Lockport man died in a crash on Interstate 55 that apparently occurred Sunday night and was discovered Monday. Illinois State Police said the man, whose name was not released pending notification of his family, was driving a 2013 Dodge Challenger that was southbound near milepost 103 when it left the road and struck a tree. Police estimated the crash occurred around 11 p.m. Sunday. The man, who was wearing a seatbelt, was pronounced dead at the scene by the Sangamon County Coroner’s Office.
  11. Finally paid for myself and Alb440, I forgot to put a note in the Paypal. Goehner car # 426 Alb440 car # 440 if possible, thanks.
  12. https://miami.cbslocal.com/2019/03/10/armed-robbery-suspect-arrested-in-miami-after-shooting-at-officers-pursuing-him/ MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Police have released new information on an armed robbery pursuit that started in Miami Beach and ended in Northwest Miami-Dade. Police say 34-year-old Terence Daniely led officers on a chase after he robbed a parking valet of $1500 in Miami Beach. Surveillance video shows Daniely taking off in a white Dodge Challenger. Officers saw the car soon after and started a pursuit. Police say at one point, Daniely shot at officers. The chase ended in Miami near Jackson Memorial Hospital when Daniely bailed out. After an hours long manhunt and negotiation, police took him into custody.
  13. https://www.columbiadailyherald.com/news/20190305/columbia-man-wanted-after-beating-woman-and-stealing-her-phone The Columbia Police Department were searching for a man Tuesday who is wanted for kidnapping, simple assault and theft after beating a woman in her home and taking her iPhone. David Thomas Thorpe, 32, was visiting the home of a mutual friend on Nashville Highway when he began acting paranoid and accused the home’s resident of trying to set him up, according to a report released by the department. The report states that Thorpe then took the mobile phone of the resident, an iPhone S+ valued at $350 encased in a $10 case decorated with marijuana leaves, and demanded that she unlock the phone or he would not allow her to leave the room. Thorpe then hit the female resident five or six times before fleeing the property in a black Dodge Challenger decorated with a red racing stripe, the report stated. The resident, whose lip bled from punches allegedly thrown by Thorpe, told the police she screamed as him during the confrontation. She said Thorpe left saying, “I’ll just take the phone.” The responding officer, John C. Shepard, reported that the department attempted to make contact with Thorpe at a residence he is known to frequent but were unsuccessful. The Columbia Police Department continues to search for Thorpe who is wanted on warrants of kidnapping, simple assault and theft under $1000. An archived mugshot of the suspect released by the department identifies the 32-year-old man as Caucasian, standing at 6 feet tall and weighing approximately 200 pounds. The released image also indicates Thorpe has a previous criminal record. “We have not got any substantial leads or information,” Lt. Jeremy Haywood told The Daily Herald on Tuesday. “We ask residents to keep an eye out for the vehicle and inform us if they know anything.” Any person with information that may assist in this or any other investigation is encouraged to contact the Criminal Investigations Division of Columbia Police Department at (931) 560-1670. Other options include the 24-hour line of Columbia Police Department Dispatch at (931) 388-2727, Maury County Crimestoppers at (931) 381-4900, or send a Columbia Police SAFE Tip Email to SafeTips@ColumbiaTN.com. Investigators request that tips not be submitted on the public thread of the department’s Facebook page. If submitting information on Facebook, the department requests it be done in the form of a private message.
  14. http://www.thedrive.com/news/26740/man-busted-with-36000-worth-of-meth-hidden-underneath-dodge-ram-pickup-truck
  15. Yea, I was not a fan of my 2009 wheel, I guess 2006-2010 the same? My 2011 wheel is nice, i really think it was only a one year deal. The one Sybil posted is nice, but shit, I would have a hard time spending that much on it cause I am a cheap ass.
  16. https://katv.com/news/local/driver-dies-in-car-crash-after-hitting-tree-in-northeast-arkansas JONESBORO, Ark. (KATV) — A man died in a single-vehicle car crash Friday morning in Jonesboro, State Police reported. Taylor Aaron Martin,19, was driving a Dodge Challenger headed east on Aggie Road when his vehicle left the roadway and struck a tree. Martin died in the car crash. The passenger in the vehicle, 19-year-old Cassidee Paige McGee, was taken to St. Bernards Jonesboro to treat her injuries. State Police say the weather was clear and the road was dry at the time of the crash.
  17. Welcome. Not a clue on that issue.
  18. Thats a decent deal, GLWS.
  19. haha, yes, I look awesome
  20. My 2011 just ran out of warranty. Demon guys are pissed FCA denied a warranty claim on the rear diff for having other than stock tires..... oops
  21. https://www.wsbtv.com/news/local/atlanta/15-year-old-found-dead-inside-car-after-apartment-complex-shooting-police-say/924405132 ATLANTA - Police are now investigating whether a deadly shooting outside a southwest Atlanta apartment complex was possibly gang-related. Atlanta police said they found a 15-year-old shot in the passenger seat of a stolen Dodge Charger off Mount Zion Road in southwest Atlanta. Police have identified him as Jamari Holmes. Police said he died of a single gunshot wound to the head. Police confirmed to Channel 2's Lauren Pozen that Holmeas was a known gang member and was wearing an ankle monitor at the time of his death.
  22. www.thedrive.com/news/26570/lyft-driver-in-dodge-charger-srt-hits-over-120-mph-runs-from-cops-on-passengers-wild-ride WSOC-TV SHARE Will Sabel CourtneyView Will Sabel Courtney's Articles twitter.com/willscourtneyinstagram.com/willsabelcourtney No doubt almost anyone who uses taxis, Uber, or Lyft has, upon occasion, wished their driver would just speed up a little. Apparently, we all just needed to wait until Lyft driver Michael Cranford Jr. of Charlotte, North Carolina picked us up. According to authorities, Cranford hit speeds of more than 120 miles per hour while driving a passenger in Union County, N.C. on Saturday night—and didn't even slow down after blowing past a cop. Better yet for the Internet—albeit worse for the Lyft driver—the high-speed blast was caught on video. "I just heard his engine rev up and then, that's when I pulled out my camera," the passenger, who wanted to stay anonymous, said to WSOC-TV. According to the rider's account, the Lyft trip started out innocuously enough, with he and Crawford chatting about the driver's Dodge Charger SRT. (Based upon the video footage of the instrument panel, we at the Drive are guessing it was a pre-facelift LD-generation SRT8, but if any eagle-eyed readers can offer a correction, please do.) The driver then began showing off what the V-8-powered sedan was capable of, blasting well above the area's 55-mph speed limit. Then Cranford's Charger blasted past a North Carolina Highway Patrol car. "[Crawford] said, ‘There's a blue light. I'm going to jail. I've got to go,’" the passenger said. According to the pursuing trooper, Crawford's Charger proceeded to bob and weave through traffic, going so far as to pass on a double-yellow line. The officer said he tried to keep up with the Hemi-powered sport sedan, but couldn't. Crawford apparently didn't know that, however, because according to the passenger, the Lyft driver ducked behind a house and doused the lights. "He straight up told me, ‘You're going to Charlotte with me,’" the passenger said. Said passenger wasn't having any of that, however. He reportedly told the driver to drop him off at a gas station, at which point he called the police. Authorities were quickly able to track down Crawford, who was charged with speeding and reckless driving. Court records checked by WSOC-TV revealed the Dodge driver had a history of moving violations, having been pulled over at least thrice for speeding; however, all those prior infractions were reduced. Not surprisingly, since receiving word of the incident, Lyft has reportedly deactivated Cranford's account.
  23. https://www.waaytv.com/content/news/Decatur-police-arrest-man-during-traffic-stop-for-drug-charges-505921801.html On Wednesday, a suspect was arrested during a traffic stop by Decatur police near the intersection of Church Street NE and 6th Avenue NE. Upon contact with the driver, Curtis Garth, police say an officer observed a strong odor of marijuana coming from inside the car. During a search of the vehicle, officers found more than 28 grams of cocaine, MDMA, marijuana, drug paraphernalia, brass knuckles and cash. Garth was arrested and taken to the Morgan County Jail with a bond set at $7,200. He was charged with trafficking cocaine, unlawful possession of a controlled substance (ecstasy), possession of marijuana second-degree, possession of drug paraphernalia, carrying a concealed weapon (brass knuckles) and no plainly visible tag. Garth's car, a 2016 Dodge Challenger, and the cash were seized by the Decatur police pending condemnation proceedings. The suspect's booking photo is not available at this time.
  24. Fuck yea
  25. https://www.wpsdlocal6.com/2019/02/14/paducah-man-charged-in-livingston-county-high-speed-chase/ LIVINGSTON COUNTY, KY — The Livingston County Sheriff’s Office says a man was taken to a local hospital after his vehicle flipped during a high-speed chase. Investigators say the man nearly hit several vehicles during the chase, including a police cruiser. In a news release, Sgt. Jason Kirk says he was driving south on Kentucky 453 around 3:45 p.m. Thursday when he saw a 2009 Dodge Challenger speeding north on KY 93 near the intersection with KY 453. Kirk says he saw the car nearly hit another southbound vehicle. He says as the car continued northbound, it drifted into the southbound lane — where it nearly hit a police cruiser. Kirk says he turned around, turned on his lights and sirens, and tried to pull the car over. The Challenger did not stop, and it nearly hit another vehicle as it continued down the road near Friendship Baptist Church. The sergeant says the Challenger tried to turn onto Heater Store Road, but the car was going to fast, so it flipped twice before landing on the driver’s side on the northbound shoulder of the road. That’s when Kirk says the driver — 43-year-old Jeffrey Lynn Collier of Paducah — got out through the passenger’s side window and took off running through the woods near the road. Kirk says he ran after Collier and apprehended him about 75 yards away from where the car crashed. Kirk says Collier was taken to Lourdes Hospital in Paducah for possible injuries. Collier is charged with one count of first degree wanton endangerment of a police officer, three counts of first degree wanton endangerment, one count of first degree fleeing or evading police in a vehicle, one count of first degree fleeing or evading police on foot, a count of speeding 26 mph or greater over the limit, driving under the influence on the first offense and failure to wear a seat belt.