Wednesday, March 5, 2014

Vehicle collision leads to arrest

A Ford Mustang collided with a Nissan this afternoon on Route 462, near Glatfelter's Field.  The driver of the Mustang was given a field sobriety test by Columbia Borough police and was subsequently arrested.  The occupants of the Nissan, two women and a girl, appeared to be unhurt, although medical personnel at the scene checked the girl's condition.

The Mustang collided with the front driver's side of the Nissan.

The driver of the Mustang being given a field sobriety test.


16 comments:

  1. she looks smashed

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  2. And what does "smashed" look like? Good thing you're not on a jury!

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  3. people that drink and drive should lose their license FOREVER!

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  4. People that make stupid comments like she looks smashed should just shut their mouth and mind your own business.how can u tell she looks smashed when u cant even really see her face. idiot

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    1. Who is the idiot now? LOL

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  5. I was talking about the car - she was a good car at one point

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  6. Middle of the afternoon and she's drunk? How nice. I'm sorry, but once you endanger others, the "mind your own business" crap does not apply. She should lose her license and car for good. Loser.

    --FMB

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  7. Interesting that some of these folks' comments just skip over "presumption of innocence" and Fifth Amendment rights.

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    1. Right. As far as we know, no one has been convicted of anything.

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    2. Interesting that some people confuse a court of law with a comment section on a blog.

      --FMB

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  8. right, and maybe the line that she had to walk was not even straight, and maybe the officer was drunk and didn't know what he was doing.

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    1. it happens:
      http://lancasteronline.com/news/columbia-cop-demoted-over-dui-charge/article_c2db0d1a-831d-5994-9da1-bd01628d7a1b.html?mode=jqm

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  9. good point - it is pretty aggressive news reporting to be posting this story on a public blog when she hasn't even been charged yet - it's not fair to her - and you should take it down Cole, really.

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    1. Yeah, I was in a bit of a quandary about what to do with this story and which pics to publish. I decided on a couple that didn't show her face clearly or at all, but yes, you're right, it's almost like trying her in the court of public opinion, so I took down the one showing her in cuffs. I left the other two up, because they're still newsworthy.

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    1. I don't know. Maybe her name will appear in the police log. Then again, I've seen people being cuffed, and their names never appear.

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