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Goehner

Modern Mopar Crime

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The best part was I just happened to be watching the news when this went down live. The accident happened in this dudes hood. The cops had already taped off everything about a million times over. So the dead fuckers relatives and friends started showing up and crossing the lines. This one big dude on crutches and NO CAST goes under a couple rows of tape and the cops are telling him "sir get behind the tape" which turned into get back now. But oh noooo mr tuff guy wouldn't listen. So they taze him and put him down and cuff him. He then starts screaming like a little bitch, I got a busted femur, OOOOWWWWWW I GOT A BUSTED FEMUR. I wanted to slap him upside his head.

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http://ourtribune.com/article.php?id=20972

 

On September 24, 2016, Constable Mark Herman’s Office responded to the 24800 block of Cypresswood Drive in reference to a major accident involving a vehicle and two pedestrians. When the responding units arrived, they found two adult males with severe injuries to their legs.  The males were pushing a disabled vehicle off the roadway when they were struck from behind by a 2010 silver Dodge Challenger being operated by Ashley Villarreal. Upon the arrival of the first deputy, Ashley Villarreal entered back into her vehicle and fled the scene.  She was stopped a short time later by deputies and detained. Both males were transported to Memorial Herman Woodlands Hospital by Cy-Creek EMS.

 

 

 

 

Deputies with the Precinct 4 Accident Investigation Team responded and found that the Dodge Challenger was traveling south on Cypresswood Drive in the outside lane of travel. The Dodge Challenger was being driven by Ashley Villarreal with her 5 year old daughter as a passenger. The two males were pushing a disabled vehicle south in the outside lane of travel with the emergency hazard lights on.  The Challenger struck them and the rear of their vehicle, causing severe crush related injuries to both vivtim’s lower extremities.

 

 

 

“Investigating units detected the odor of an alcoholic beverage on the breath of Ms. Villarreal and completed on-scene field sobriety testing. A search warrant was obtained authorizing the collection of a blood sample as part of the investigation.” – Precinct 4 Constable Mark Herman

 


Ashley Villarreal was arrested, charged with Intoxication Assault and Evading in a Motor Vehicle, and booked into the Harris County jail. Her bond was set at $35,000.00 out of the 209th District Court.   

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Ya ouch^^^

 

 

And speaking of crime. Did you know according to one of the latest for sale threads here this is all you need to convert your 5.7 to a 6.1.

 

6.1 cam

6.1 timing chain

6.1 exhaust springs

6.1 pushrods

Oil catch can

Mopar gasket sealant

Crankshaft bolt

Camshaft bolt

6.1 serpentine belt

 

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Who knew??!! lol

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http://ourtribune.com/article.php?id=20972

 

On September 24, 2016, Constable Mark Herman’s Office responded to the 24800 block of Cypresswood Drive in reference to a major accident involving a vehicle and two pedestrians. When the responding units arrived, they found two adult males with severe injuries to their legs. The males were pushing a disabled vehicle off the roadway when they were struck from behind by a 2010 silver Dodge Challenger being operated by Ashley Villarreal. Upon the arrival of the first deputy, Ashley Villarreal entered back into her vehicle and fled the scene. She was stopped a short time later by deputies and detained. Both males were transported to Memorial Herman Woodlands Hospital by Cy-Creek EMS.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Deputies with the Precinct 4 Accident Investigation Team responded and found that the Dodge Challenger was traveling south on Cypresswood Drive in the outside lane of travel. The Dodge Challenger was being driven by Ashley Villarreal with her 5 year old daughter as a passenger. The two males were pushing a disabled vehicle south in the outside lane of travel with the emergency hazard lights on. The Challenger struck them and the rear of their vehicle, causing severe crush related injuries to both vivtim’s lower extremities.

 

 

 

 

 

“Investigating units detected the odor of an alcoholic beverage on the breath of Ms. Villarreal and completed on-scene field sobriety testing. A search warrant was obtained authorizing the collection of a blood sample as part of the investigation.” – Precinct 4 Constable Mark Herman

 

 

 

Ashley Villarreal was arrested, charged with Intoxication Assault and Evading in a Motor Vehicle, and booked into the Harris County jail. Her bond was set at $35,000.00 out of the 209th District Court.

 

Damn that had to hurt

Ya ouch^^^

 

 

And speaking of crime. Did you know according to one of the latest for sale threads here this is all you need to convert your 5.7 to a 6.1

 

Who knew??!! lol

Lmao lol

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http://ourtribune.com/article.php?id=20972

 

On September 24, 2016, Constable Mark Herman’s Office responded to the 24800 block of Cypresswood Drive in reference to a major accident involving a vehicle and two pedestrians. When the responding units arrived, they found two adult males with severe injuries to their legs. The males were pushing a disabled vehicle off the roadway when they were struck from behind by a 2010 silver Dodge Challenger being operated by Ashley Villarreal. Upon the arrival of the first deputy, Ashley Villarreal entered back into her vehicle and fled the scene. She was stopped a short time later by deputies and detained. Both males were transported to Memorial Herman Woodlands Hospital by Cy-Creek EMS.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Deputies with the Precinct 4 Accident Investigation Team responded and found that the Dodge Challenger was traveling south on Cypresswood Drive in the outside lane of travel. The Dodge Challenger was being driven by Ashley Villarreal with her 5 year old daughter as a passenger. The two males were pushing a disabled vehicle south in the outside lane of travel with the emergency hazard lights on. The Challenger struck them and the rear of their vehicle, causing severe crush related injuries to both vivtim’s lower extremities.

 

 

 

 

 

“Investigating units detected the odor of an alcoholic beverage on the breath of Ms. Villarreal and completed on-scene field sobriety testing. A search warrant was obtained authorizing the collection of a blood sample as part of the investigation.” – Precinct 4 Constable Mark Herman

 

 

 

Ashley Villarreal was arrested, charged with Intoxication Assault and Evading in a Motor Vehicle, and booked into the Harris County jail. Her bond was set at $35,000.00 out of the 209th District Court.

Houston FTW! Again!

 

 

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http://bismarcktribune.com/news/local/bismarck/woman-seriously-injured-in-car-crash-dies/article_59b5afb1-df06-5a2e-b19c-6d995954bd86.html

 

A 65-year-old Bismarck woman seriously injured in a car crash last week has died.

Janet Von Ruden passed away Thursday, according to a funeral death notice.

She was seriously injured in a crash that occurred Oct. 10 on University Drive near Burleigh Avenue and Highway 1804.

 
 

Around 7:24 a.m., an 18-year-old woman from Lincoln was behind the wheel of a 2010 Dodge Challenger that was speeding on University Drive, according to North Dakota Highway Patrol Lt. Tom Iverson.

Bismarck police attempted to stop the vehicle, which then took off at a high speed. 

 

 

 

Janet and Ralph Von Ruden, 67, were driving a 2008 Chevy Colorado south on University Drive. The 2010 Dodge Challenger rear-ended their vehicle, which rolled over in the crash.

 
 

Ralph Von Ruden was treated for minor injuries. Janet Von Ruden was taken to CHI St. Alexius Health.

Iverson said the 18-year-old driver will be charged with numerous offenses, including driving under the influence of alcohol.

Burleigh County Assistant State's Attorney Julie Lawyer said North Dakota Highway Patrol conducted a crash reconstruction, but reports from that have not been completed. Once they're complete, charges will be determined, she said.

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http://www.krcrtv.com/news/local/shasta/police-dui-driver-crashes-car-delays-amtrak-train/210865912

 

REDDING, Calif. - Police now say it was a juvenile who crashed a stolen car into a railroad crossing gate on Breslauer Way while under the influence of marijuana early Wednesday morning, then claimed to be the car's 21-year-old owner.

It happened around 3 a.m. on the tracks near Highway 273 and Breslauer Way.

Police said the juvenile was driving a Dodge Challenger when he lost control of the vehicle and crashed it into the crossing gate on the east side of the tracks. The collision broke the crossing gate arm, blocking Breslauer Way. The car also blocked part of the tracks, delaying a northbound Amtrak train for about an hour. The road and tracks opened by 7 a.m.

The juvenile told police at the scene he was the car's owner, 21 year old Robert Puglisi of Red Bluff. He was arrested for driving under the influence of marijuana, and booked into the Shasta County Jail under Puglisi's name.

At 10:36 a.m., Robert Michael Puglisi, called the Redding Police Department to report his 2016 Dodge Challenger had possibly been stolen by a juvenile boy he knew. Puglisi had seen reports about the incident on KRCR. Puglisi told police he believed the juvenile may have used his name and personal information when he was arrested at the scene of the crash.

The juvenile was still in custody at the Shasta County Jail when Puglisi called. During initial questioning, the boy continued to say he was Robert Michael Puglisi. Eventually police figured out his real identity, and he admitted what he had done. His name is not being released because of his age.

The juvenile was taken to the Shasta County Juvenile Rehabilitation Facility to be booked for driving under the influence of marijuana, theft of a motor vehicle and false personation of another.

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http://wbay.com/2016/12/21/man-crashes-after-high-speed-chase-in-dodge-county/

 

DODGE COUNTY, Wis. (WBAY) – The Dodge County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a high speed chase and crash that happened early Wednesday morning.

At 2:23 a.m., a deputy stopped a vehicle traveling westbound on State Highway 16 in the Town of Emmet.

A deputy believed the driver, a 26-year-old Madison man, was under the influence and attempted to take him into custody. That’s when the driver took off at a high rate of speed in a 2016 Dodge Challenger, according to the Sheriff’s Office.

A chase ensued on State Highway 26 for less than one mile.  The suspect’s vehicle went off the road, rolled and came to a rest.

The suspect got out of the vehicle and ran off. He was located a short time later and taken into custody.

The driver was taken to an Oconomowoc hospital for treatment of non-life threatening injuries.

Police say drugs and alcohol are believed to be factors in the chase and crash.

The suspect was the only person in the vehicle and no one else was hurt.

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http://fox5sandiego.com/2017/01/03/high-speed-pursuit-suspect-injures-officer-in-arrest-scuffle/

 

LAKESIDE, Calif. -- A motorist who allegedly crashed into a Border Patrol vehicle during a pursuit  that reached speeds of up to 130 miles per hour through the East County was arrested after a scuffle with law enforcement officers, authorities said Tuesday.

A sheriff's deputy attempted to stop a swerving 2016 Dodge Challenger with no license plate on westbound Interstate 8 near Tavern Road in Alpine shortly before 9 p.m. Monday, but the driver, Deshante Hughey, 23, continued on, according to sheriff's Sgt. Alex Navarro.

The Challenger reached speeds of up to 130 mph and was seen weaving in and out of traffic, Navarro said.

The deputy called off the pursuit. Shortly afterward the Challenger struck a Border Patrol vehicle and spun out near the Los Coches Road exit. Hughey then drove the wrong way on the exit headed north on Los Coches Road, Navarro said.

Deputies briefly lost sight of the Challenger, but came upon it abandoned in the 9200 block of Los Coches Road in Lakeside.

Sheriff's department personnel and California Highway Patrol officers found Hughey hiding in a shed nearby, but he put up a fight and injured a CHP officer's hand before he was taken into custody, Navarro said.

Navarro said the suspect claimed to have a 7-year-old child with him, which prompted a search, but it was later determined the child had been with a caretaker the entire time.

Hughey was evaluated at a hospital before he was booked into jail on suspicion of hit and run, felony evading, assault and other charges, according to the sergeant.

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You gotta be quicker than that lol

 

http://www.mlive.com/news/detroit/index.ssf/2017/03/man_shot_by_owner_while_trying.html

 

A would-be car thief, who attempted to hop into an idling red Dodge Challenger at a Warren gas station about 4 a.m. Friday, wasn't quick enough; he was instead spotted by the owner, who rushed to the parking lot and opened fire, striking the suspect in the neck and causing him to crash into a nearby utility pole, Charlie Langston reported for CBS Detroit affiliate WWJ-AM (950).

According to CBS Detroit, police arrived, detained and questioned the shooter, and followed a trail of blood to the suspect, who was arrested and expected to survive.

 

Warren police representatives didn't immediately respond to a request for comment from MLive Friday. It's unclear if the shooter possessed his firearm legally or will face any charges.

A manager at the gas station told MLive he was too busy to discuss the shooting.

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http://www.nbcchicago.com/news/local/recovered-car-stolen-again-cpd-415770023.html

 

Chicago police recovered a stolen car in the West Garfield Park neighborhood only to have it then stolen back from them hours later, authorities said. 

Police say officers found a stolen black 2014 Dodge Challenger in the 4100 block of W. Adams on the city’s West Side late Wednesday before bringing it back to the 11th District Station to complete the necessary paperwork. 

Around 12:30 a.m., while vehicle was being processed, someone stole car again while it was sitting in the 11th District parking lot, police said. 

The 11th District station is about a mile and a half from where the vehicle was originally located by officers. 

Authorities said it was stolen by unknown offenders, leaving them to search for the thief and the vehicle once again. 

Area North Detectives are investigating the incident. 

 

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http://www.wfsb.com/story/35013450/pd-new-hampshire-man-caught-speeding-at-136-mph-on-i-84

 

WILLINGTON, CT (WFSB) -

A New Hampshire man was arrested after police said he was caught speeding more than 120 mph twice on Interstate 84 on Monday night. 

Khalid Rajab, of Manchester, NH was charged with reckless operation of a motor vehicle, operation of a motor vehicle without a license and failure to have lights lit. Police said 21-year-old Rajab has his driving license suspended out of New Hampshire.

The arrest of Rajab comes over police said he was seen first speeding in a Dodge Challenger on the eastbound side of I-84 near exit 62 around 11:12 p.m. Police said troopers tried to stop the Challenger, but the vehicle got up to speeds of more than 125 mph. They broke up off the pursuit around exit 64, police said.

A trooper was doing speed enforcement in the area of exit 66 in Vernon around 11:14 p.m. Police said the Challenger was recorded traveling at 136 mph. 

Police said when the trooper turned its lights on, the Challenger turned its lights off and "continued at a high rate of speed" eastbound on I-84. The troopers alerted other troopers in Willington and Tolland. 

Another trooper captured the Challenger traveling at 106 mph near the rest area in Willingtona short time later. That trooper turned on its emergency lights and then, police said "exited the Interstate and entered the rest area."

Troopers with the help of the K9 Rocky were able to arrest Rajab a short time later after he tried to flee on foot from his vehicle. 

Rajab is being held on $5,000 bond. He is scheduled to appear at Rockville Superior Court on Tuesday. 

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2016 Dodge Challenger Hellcat Owner Arrested For Showing Off!

 

http://www.fox2detroit.com/news/us-and-world-news/247248098-story

 

 

 
 
Chicago man showing off car clocked at 160 mph on Indiana Toll Road
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POSTED:APR 07 2017 02:59PM EDT

UPDATED:APR 07 2017 05:36PM EDT

(SUN TIMES MEDIA WIRE) - A Chicago man who wanted to show his friends how fast his new sports car could go ended up in jail after being clocked on radar going over 150 mph on the Indiana Toll Road.

An Indiana State Police trooper was sitting in a marked squad car about 1:30 a.m. Friday in the crossover on I-90 just east of the Cline Avenue exit in Gary, according to ISP.

Trooper Alaa Hamed saw a vehicle coming behind him in the eastbound lanes at a high rate of speed, to say the least. The 2016 Dodge Challenger Hellcat, the only vehicle he could see in either direction, was initially clocked at 158 mph in a 70 mph zone, ISP said in a statement.

A second speed check showed the car doing 151 mph as it “rapidly decreased its speed as it passed Hamed’s police car,” according to ISP.

The trooper chased the vehicle and pulled it over about two miles later.

The driver, 30-year-old Christopher Garza of Chicago, said he recently bought the car and “wanted to show his friends what his 707 horsepower engine could do,” police said.

He said he “knew he was going 160 mph and thought the Indiana Toll Road would be the safest place to do this since it was empty,” police said.

Garza was taken to the Lake County Jail in Crown Point and charged with reckless driving. Two passengers in the vehicle were taken to a hotel as the car was towed, likely at a much slower speed.

Asked the fastest speed ever recorded on an Indiana highway, ISP spokeswoman Sgt. Ann Wojas said, “I don’t know what that would be, but I could pretty well say this is one of the fastest if not the fastest I have ever heard of in my 31 years!

 

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