A Michigan man is going through costs after he crashed into a number of autos, together with a faculty bus, in Star Metropolis, whereas recklessly fleeing from police.
The pursuit started on Oct. 19 when Patrolman Justice Carver reported seeing a white Ford Edge fail to cease on the intersection of Springdale Avenue and Fairfield Road, then speed up at a excessive charge of pace down Fairfield Road.
The driving force, later recognized as Rex Cameron Jenkins Jr., 31, of Southfield, Mich., continued at a excessive charge of pace, disregarding all cease indicators and site visitors indicators, even after Carver activated his lights and sirens.
Through the pursuit, Jenkins allegedly bumped into a number of autos, one among which was a faculty bus that was transporting kids. Carver reported that Jenkins didn’t cease at any of the accidents to offer info or render help.
The car pursuit ended when a collision on West Run Street prompted disabling injury to Jenkins’ car — one driver needed to be transported to the hospital, the grievance mentioned. The severity of their accidents is unknown.
After the collision, Jenkins allegedly obtained out of his car and tried to run, Carver reported, however he was shortly apprehended by police and brought into custody.
Jenkins was charged with fleeing from legislation enforcement with reckless indifference. He was arraigned Oct. 20 in Monongalia County Justice of the Peace Court docket the place Decide Holepit set bond at $250,000. Jenkins is being held at North Central Regional Jail.