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Blaise Pascal: The chicken felt pressure on this side of the road. However, when it arrived on the other side it still felt the same pressure.
MILWAUKEE (WTMJ/CNN) – Officials are investigating after a 4-year-old girl spent eight hours in a freezing cold minivan at a Milwaukee impound lot until a police officer heard her crying for help.
A police officer on duty at the tow lot discovered a 4-year-old girl in an impounded vehicle around 8:30 a.m. Tuesday.
“Apparently, the girl was obviously very upset and crying, something that none of us would like to have happen to any of our children,” said Jeff Polenske with the Milwaukee Department of Public Works.
The child was checked by fire officials for immediate harm then transported to the hospital. The temperature dipped as low as 19 degrees while she was in the car.
The minivan was towed to the lot around 12:30 a.m. Tuesday after the female driver was pulled over and arrested for allegedly operating a vehicle while intoxicated.
Police removed a 10-month-old child from the car but somehow never saw the 4-year-old, who was left in the vehicle as it was towed to the lot. Once the van arrived at the lot, a Public Works employee inspected the vehicle with a flashlight but never looked inside.
“We want to make sure that it never happens again. If there’s something more that we can be doing, a more thorough exam of that vehicle, we will be doing that,” Polenske said.
State police said she has been suspended.
A state trooper was arrested in Norwich, suspected of driving under the influence, and she has been suspended.
Norwich police said they received a call reporting an erratic driver on West Main Street at 5:20 p.m. on Sunday, found the car and arrested 34-year-old Sarah Starkey.
State police said Starkey is a trooper at Troop E, which is based in Montville, and she has been with the department since 2013. She has been suspended until further notice.
Starkey was in her own vehicle when officers stopped her, according to Norwich police.
She was charged with operation of a motor vehicle under the influence of liquor or drugs, evading responsibility, failure to drive right and unsafe movement from a stopped/standing position.
Starkey was released on a $250 non-surety bond and is due in court on Nov. 20.
No additional information has been released.https://www.nbcconnecticut.com/news/local/State-Trooper-Accused-of-Driving-While-Impaired-Arrested-in-Norwich-500412561.html
David Hilbert: I was standing on the side of the road and a chicken came along, evidently in some kind of strange state. I informed it that it was nevertheless still in my space, so it went across the road.
If you’re wondering what it’s like to be a Jets fan right now, the answer is a resounding NOT GREAT BOB. On Sunday, your team got whacked 41-10 by Matt Barkley’s Buffalo Bills at home, and on Monday you woke up to find that the head coach who led you to said humiliation—and many more like it over the past few years—was still your head coach. Meanwhile your savior is still leading the league in interceptions despite missing an entire game and your children hardly call anymore. So what do you do? Well, if you’re 57-year-old New Milford resident Christopher Greyshock, you drown your sorrows in cheap whiskey, get a DWI on the way home from the game, and blame it all on the god damn Jets.
According to the Pascack Valley Daily Voice, officers responded to the scene of an accident at around 5:15 p.m. on Sunday evening to find Greyshock “staggering and swaying” with undisclosed liquid stains on his pants and liquor on his breath. After failing a field sobriety test, Greyshock then declared, as much to the universe as anyone else…
I drank too much because the Jets suck!
Officers then searched Greyshock’s car and found a 3/4 full bottle of bourbon, as well as marijuana and rolling papers. Greyshock was arrested and charged with assault by auto, driving while intoxicated, reckless driving, having an open container of alcohol in a motor vehicle, possession of marijuana, and possession of drug paraphernalia. The Jets aren’t even worth three hours on a Sunday afternoon, and Greyshock is about to do 300 hours of community service because of them. Good job, idiot.
An off-duty NYPD cop with a history of domestic violence and drunk driving was busted Thursday for hitting a woman with his car then driving away from the scene while boozed up, police said.
Brayan Terrazas, 32, was driving westbound on 34th Avenue in Jackson Heights just before 7 a.m. when he went through a red light at 69th Street and allegedly struck a female pedestrian with his 2011 Nissan Rogue, police said.
Terrazas, who is assigned to the Housing Bureau, then drove away, but not before catching the attention of two men, ages 35 and 52, who followed him and called police, cops said.
Officers pulled her over more than a quarter-of-a-mile away, at 62nd Street and Northern Boulevard.
When the 10-year-veteran of the force got out of his car, he was swaying while he was walking, had watery eyes and reeked of alcohol, police sources said.
Meanwhile, the woman who was struck left the scene before cops or EMS showed up, cops said.
Terrazas was charged with leaving the scene of an accident involving an injury, DWI and driving while ability impaired.
He was previously arrested for drunk driving in 2012, police said. He was also busted twice for domestic violence, including an incident in 2016 when he allegedly slapped his girlfriend while she was holding a 3-month-old infant.
He was suspended without pay following Thursday’s arrest, cops said.
Johannes van der Waals: Some say it was a sixth sense that led the chicken to cross the road. I say it was a sixth power.
Two Beaverton teens were arrested Wednesday after their plans to hot box a boosted car behind a middle school went up in smoke, police said.
The pair, a 15-year-old driver and his 18-year-old accomplice, were smoking marijuana inside a stolen 1995 Toyota Corolla when staff from West Sylvan Middle School confronted them around 11:30 a.m., authorities said.
That caused the teen tokers to take off, police said.
The car sped recklessly across a playing field and nearly mowed down several students before it left the school’s property, said Officer Jeremy Shaw, a Beaverton police spokesman.
School officials contacted police and were able to provide them with the vehicle’s license plate, Shaw said. Officers later located the car and tried to stop it along Southwest Denney Road, according to police.
The suspected scofflaws fled but soon struck a parked car, said Shaw. The teens then tried to bolt on foot and were arrested near Southwest Cynthia Street and 103rd Avenue, authorities said.
Shaw said the 15-year-old driver faces charges of unlawful possession of a stolen vehicle, unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, driving under the influence of intoxicants, unlawful possession of a controlled substance, reckless driving, felony and misdemeanor attempts to elude, and reckless endangerment.
His passenger, identified as Sebastian Whitaker-Pendarvis, was booked in the Washington County jail on suspicion of possession of a stolen vehicle and unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, according to police.