First Prev
of 6
Next Last
Other brother Darrell

Hurricane, WV

#1 Jun 23, 2013
OK,,I will ask.
Who was the woman in the police car with Sgt Booth when the wreck happened?
yuuup

Lewisburg, WV

#2 Jun 23, 2013
Other brother Darrell wrote:
OK,,I will ask.
Who was the woman in the police car with Sgt Booth when the wreck happened?
That's funny if there was a woman in the car the passenger side door would have been open or she would have been dead. Try again..
LastDance

Princeton, WV

#3 Jun 23, 2013
There was a woman in the car as the original poster has noted. The Herald-Dispatch (Huntington) story this morning confirmed the fact and the article also stated that the police department had declined to provide the identity (would not elaborate). The original poster raised a curious question which the police department could easy answer perhaps she was an undercover agent, someone under suspicion for breaking the law, someone being transported for her own safety or the police just helping out an average citizen, or someone in the patrol car looking for a stolen vehicle or looking for someone who stole her purse or whatever the reason. Plenty of information was provided on the accused causing the accident, but it does seem odd that a woman's identity in the patrol car with the officer involved in the accident was declared out-of-bounds for the press.
(Sorry to be so verbal, should just have said yuuup of Danville your analysis is incorrect and Other brother Darrell poses a legitimate question.)
Yeah

Faber, VA

#4 Jun 23, 2013
The woman was probably a prostitute.
twelve

Saint Albans, WV

#5 Jun 23, 2013
LastDance wrote:
There was a woman in the car as the original poster has noted. The Herald-Dispatch (Huntington) story this morning confirmed the fact and the article also stated that the police department had declined to provide the identity (would not elaborate). The original poster raised a curious question which the police department could easy answer perhaps she was an undercover agent, someone under suspicion for breaking the law, someone being transported for her own safety or the police just helping out an average citizen, or someone in the patrol car looking for a stolen vehicle or looking for someone who stole her purse or whatever the reason. Plenty of information was provided on the accused causing the accident, but it does seem odd that a woman's identity in the patrol car with the officer involved in the accident was declared out-of-bounds for the press.
(Sorry to be so verbal, should just have said yuuup of Danville your analysis is incorrect and Other brother Darrell poses a legitimate question.)
He does have a legitimate question. These officers ride their families around all the time. We pay taxes for the officer to protect and to serve not ride their families around. Plus they are using gas we paid for. Crooks I tell u
familyties

Charleston, WV

#6 Jun 23, 2013
It was his wife. How can you ride your family around in a city, state, or county car? If this was a normal citizen (not HPD) the person would be fired, I've seen it happen too many times!
Boozer

Huntington, WV

#7 Jun 23, 2013
His wife
Boozer

Huntington, WV

#8 Jun 23, 2013
twelve wrote:
<quoted text>He does have a legitimate question. These officers ride their families around all the time. We pay taxes for the officer to protect and to serve not ride their families around. Plus they are using gas we paid for. Crooks I tell u
Stfu like it takes more gas to ride someone around. It would be little at best.
twelve

Saint Albans, WV

#9 Jun 24, 2013
Boozer wrote:
<quoted text>Stfu like it takes more gas to ride someone around. It would be little at best.
So if I need a rise to Walmart or my job, I can just call hpd?
Level 3

Since: Jun 13

Location hidden

#10 Jun 24, 2013
What business was the company van?
noteveryone

Proctorville, OH

#11 Jun 24, 2013
just sayin, no other dept's or company's can ride their family/friends around in a company vehicle why should he be any different? most companys do not have insurance that will cover someone that is not company related. I think if it was a family member or someone off the street hitch'in a ride he should get in trouble, just like if somebody works for the city or state their spouse dont work so they go ride around with their spouse all day in a truck and run errands, no you wouldnt see that happening because you'd lose your job because their not covered under any insurance, but needless to say nothing will be done about it
me

Vienna, WV

#12 Jun 24, 2013
noteveryone wrote:
just sayin, no other dept's or company's can ride their family/friends around in a company vehicle why should he be any different? most companys do not have insurance that will cover someone that is not company related. I think if it was a family member or someone off the street hitch'in a ride he should get in trouble, just like if somebody works for the city or state their spouse dont work so they go ride around with their spouse all day in a truck and run errands, no you wouldnt see that happening because you'd lose your job because their not covered under any insurance, but needless to say nothing will be done about it
A drunk driver ran a red light and crashed into the cruiser...who the passenger was, I think takes a back seat.
twelve

Huntington, WV

#13 Jun 24, 2013
It doesn't take a back seat, the dumb a$$ shouldn't have been drinking or driving, but also the officer shouldn't have been riding someone other than another officer or someone going to jail around. Hpd always keeps it hush hush when they do wrong!
Other brother Darrell

Hurricane, WV

#14 Jun 24, 2013
Actually several problems:

Cops not identifying woman in police car.
Cops not identifying owner of van.
Cops not identifying business van was used for.

What possible reason for the secrecy surrounding the van?
Unless it was owned by someone very important, Maybe?
And the business might be more than a little shady, Maybe?

I wonder if these items might be on the police report on the wreck?
Breakfast Eater

United States

#15 Jun 24, 2013
Other brother Darrell wrote:
Actually several problems:

Cops not identifying woman in police car.
Cops not identifying owner of van.
Cops not identifying business van was used for.

What possible reason for the secrecy surrounding the van?
Unless it was owned by someone very important, Maybe?
And the business might be more than a little shady, Maybe?

I wonder if these items might be on the police report on the wreck?
Could have been owned by the NAACP
Breakfast Eater

United States

#16 Jun 24, 2013
twelve wrote:
It doesn't take a back seat, the dumb a$$ shouldn't have been drinking or driving, but also the officer shouldn't have been riding someone other than another officer or someone going to jail around. Hpd always keeps it hush hush when they do wrong!
Didn't know it was illegal for an officer to have someone with him?
Look it up

Forest, VA

#17 Jun 24, 2013
It does seem odd that HPD are not identifying the woman in the police car. HPD are known to play by their own rules at times, so it could be anyone in the car.
twelve

Huntington, WV

#18 Jun 24, 2013
Breakfast Eater wrote:
<quoted text>Didn't know it was illegal for an officer to have someone with him?
In a company vehicle, I'm I think so. What business is it for the woman to be in the vehicle if she is not an officer. It's misappropriation of funds to use a company vehicle, which has gas bought by a company fleet card, to ride your chic to where she needs to go. Like I said if that's the case hpd can give me a ride to work in the morning.
noteveryone

Proctorville, OH

#19 Jun 24, 2013
Throw the book at him!! It may be awhile but the truth will come out, and I agree with Twelve
yep

West Hamlin, WV

#20 Jun 24, 2013
It did seem awfully suspect that they refused to identify who the woman was or why she was in the car. When I read that in the HD Sunday, I thought the exact same thing.
Funny how most reports after that specific one, doesn't mention any unknown female passenger? Even in today's HD, the new article has no mention of the cops passenger...

Tell me when this thread is updated:

Subscribe Now Add to my Tracker
First Prev
of 6
Next Last

Add your comments below

Characters left: 4000

Please note by submitting this form you acknowledge that you have read the Terms of Service and the comment you are posting is in compliance with such terms. Be polite. Inappropriate posts may be removed by the moderator. Send us your feedback.

Huntington Discussions

Title Updated Last By Comments
Rick Hale(porcelain doll) 9 min baitedstorm 1
Huntington area cheapskates 25 min Bag hahaha 22
Fun 26 min Nate 3
Baltimore Street drugs 35 min 701 30th street 411
Taco Bell by Walmart 44 min upchuck 7
Hillview dr.,and the dope dealers 1 hr cpd 20
"Erica" 1 hr baitedstorm 1

Huntington Jobs

More from around the web

Personal Finance

Huntington Mortgages