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Get your facts straight. There was no pursuit. Driver and passenger of the fliped car had just had police called on them at an unmaed store in town, got spooked, and took off. Officers were driving lights and sirens to the last seen location and direction given by the caller. Officer's pulled UP on the crash as it had happened, of the car driven by the suspect, trying to flee the area. If you don't know all the facts, don't blast BS about our cops on here.
The eyewitness statement isn’t that of TFoTM. It’s from an employee of LukOil as stated above. Thanks for your comment.
Anonymous says “Officers were driving lights and sirens” and “pulled up on the crash as it happened.”Sounds like a pursuit to me unless the suspect was deaf and just driving at a really high rate of speed.
Of course there was no pursuit. Wouldn’t want to be in violation of the County prosecutors vehicle pursuit policy. Nothing to see here. Just an everyday accident with two WPD cops in hot pursuit, or just happen to be pulling up on the accident “as it happened.”
Don’t let Lyin’ Lieutenant Leo Lugo write the report! He will call it a hit and run with no suspects. 😜
Quad L or L Quad = Lying Lt. Leo Lugo
You do, you commented.
I thought this story was about Westfield police chase Leo Lugo out of the department for lying in the coverup of driver 2’s (Wayman) accident.
Wayman would’ve had his Detective cronie falsify an affidavit to get the car confiscated.
Wow that was odd. I just wrote an incredibly long comment but after I clicked submit my comment didn't show up.Grrrr... well I'm not writing all that over again. Anyway, just wanted to say great blog!