December 2, 2023
Police say 'over-drunk' man crashed into two police cars during pursuit

MORGANTOWN, W.Va (WDTV) – A Marion County man who was “overly drunk” has been charged after officers stated he crashed into two police automobiles throughout a chase, injuring 4 law enforcement officials.

Whereas patrolling the College City Heart Dr. in Morgantown on Sunday, lawmakers noticed a automobile that did not preserve its lane, pushed by 21-year-old Tai Howser of Fairmont, in accordance with a legal grievance.

Seeing Howser was driving off the highway, the law enforcement officials tried to cease the car. However officers stated he continued to drive at speeds as much as 60 mph in a 25 mph zone and “continuously shifted from each the south lanes, the center lane and the alternative lanes” till he crossed the overpass and entered the Westridge growth.

The report says Howser is making his approach to FedEx and coming into a cul-de-sac. When officers ordered him to get out of the automobile at gunpoint, he reportedly crashed head-on right into a Westover police automobile, injuring two officers.

Lawmakers stated the chase continued on Lawless Rd. and Martin Hole Rd., the place Howser “deliberately crashed his car into the again of a special Westover police automobile” and injured two extra officers.

Officers continued the pursuit and tried to intercept Howser close to FedEx, and Howser practically crashed into one other police automobile. Lawmakers stated he drove again to College Metropolis Heart Dr. and handed a number of automobiles as he entered and exited the lanes.

With no extra site visitors on the freeway, Westover officers carried out a PIT maneuver within the automobile and Howser was taken into custody.

Courtroom paperwork stated that along with Howser, 4 injured officers have been hospitalized. A number of hospital workers instructed police that Howser was “extraordinarily drunk.”

In the course of the follow-up, Howser allegedly known as MECCA 911 and stated “he wasn’t moving into for that, he wasn’t stopping, and at that time it was too late”.

Howser was charged with damaging property, reckless indifference, fleeing whereas driving whereas drunk, fleeing 4 instances with bodily harm, and 4 counts of malicious assault on regulation enforcement. He’s being held within the North Central District Jail.

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