Woman charged in police hit-run

Metropolitan police arrested a 38-year-old woman this morning in a hit and run crash that injured a motorcycle officer on the Eastside. Full Story
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awh

Indianapolis, IN

#1 May 8, 2007
Being scared of arrest for not having a drivers license is not a defense.

You did the crime now do the time!
Sean

Chicago, IL

#2 May 8, 2007
Nice. I get hit on my motorcycle by a hit-and-run and the cops do nothing even though they were givena plate number by witnesses too. A cop gets hit, and less that 24 hours later they've made an arrest. Must be nice...
good work

Indianapolis, IN

#3 May 8, 2007
IMPD on the job again! Good work catching this sad person. I hope the officer is ok.
Jay

San Francisco, CA

#4 May 8, 2007
Bazil ?
Cheap Premiums Now

Florence, KY

#5 May 8, 2007
The current premiums makes it hard for a poor honest worker to get car insurance who makes just enough to barely get by.

Especially if a car is a must in your area where bus systems are not available for use.

So yeah, the only downfall she made is that she ran and what makes it even more dumber is she ran from a cop.

So let her suffer for the consequences from hitting and running off on someone, even if it was from a cop.

But all in all, if rates were cheap, then my guess that the numbers of hit and runs may, just maybe, go down a bit.
Cashmoney

United States

#6 May 8, 2007
I think both of them get what they deserve.
Peaceful Journeyman

San Francisco, CA

#8 May 8, 2007
What is this thing of "running from the Police"? I know that there is a fear factor involved I'm sure. I just want to know where you are going to go that they can't come and get you. And then, they charge you with it after they do! Anyhow, just curious...
SamT

Indianapolis, IN

#11 May 8, 2007
Cheap Premiums Now wrote:
The current premiums makes it hard for a poor honest worker to get car insurance who makes just enough to barely get by.
Especially if a car is a must in your area where bus systems are not available for use.
So yeah, the only downfall she made is that she ran and what makes it even more dumber is she ran from a cop.
So let her suffer for the consequences from hitting and running off on someone, even if it was from a cop.
But all in all, if rates were cheap, then my guess that the numbers of hit and runs may, just maybe, go down a bit.
Get a better education/job so you can afford the insurance premiums.
wow

Fishers, IN

#12 May 8, 2007
what the hell they were really think ing ahi* through
The Weatherman

Fishers, IN

#13 May 8, 2007
Why was Scott Berry not arrested? Accessory after the fact? Aiding and abetting? Stupidity? Is there a law against Stupidity?
ASC

Detroit, MI

#14 May 8, 2007
Sean wrote:
Nice. I get hit on my motorcycle by a hit-and-run and the cops do nothing even though they were givena plate number by witnesses too. A cop gets hit, and less that 24 hours later they've made an arrest. Must be nice...
I had the same exact thing happen to me several years ago. I had the license plate of the car that hit me and could even provide physical evidence that our two vehicles made contact, but nothing ever came of it. Cops, always there when you don't need them, and never there when you do. They're more interested in generating revenue for the state than actually catching criminals. If they do go after a criminal it has to be a big story that will get their heroic tale into the media.
When

Indianapolis, IN

#15 May 8, 2007
Cashmoney wrote:
I think both of them get what they deserve.
So when did you get busted for speeding? Figure this is the only way to "get back," huh?

Powerless, that's you.
Brock Landers

Benton Harbor, MI

#16 May 8, 2007
The Weatherman wrote:
Is there a law against Stupidity?
If there were, about 90% of Hoosiers would be guilty.
Cliche Thats Klee Shay

Indianapolis, IN

#17 May 8, 2007
donut cop wrote:
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If you were delivering donuts, Cops would care
The old donut joke again? Really just shows your lack of creativity.

C'mon, sober up... you can do better.
Yes it is

Indianapolis, IN

#18 May 8, 2007
Sean wrote:
Nice. I get hit on my motorcycle by a hit-and-run and the cops do nothing even though they were givena plate number by witnesses too. A cop gets hit, and less that 24 hours later they've made an arrest. Must be nice...
It is nice, actually. Thanks.
justin

Fort Huachuca, AZ

#19 May 8, 2007
people really need to watch out for motorcycles. ive been hit by a car before. and if another cars hits me, believe it or not there will be some major problems.
Jayme

United States

#20 May 8, 2007
SamT wrote:
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Get a better education/job so you can afford the insurance premiums.
or just shop around. It's not too hard to find reasonable good car insurance.
justin

Fort Huachuca, AZ

#21 May 8, 2007
i agree the police department doesn't do a damn thing about others on motorcycles. but hey that cop gets an arrest within 24 hours. thats bullshit.
Right On

Indianapolis, IN

#22 May 8, 2007
Sean wrote:
Nice. I get hit on my motorcycle by a hit-and-run and the cops do nothing even though they were givena plate number by witnesses too. A cop gets hit, and less that 24 hours later they've made an arrest. Must be nice...
I had a similar experience where I was rear-ended while stopped at a red light downtown. I was able to get the Make and Model of the car, the license plate number and give a detailed description of all the occupants. When I told a cop who was within a couple blocks what had happened to write a report, he said in a very disgruntled manner,“well I guess if I have to.” He never turned in the report. I called every week after the accident to see what was happening since the officer told me the department would follow up with the accident, but then after 90 days, the lady who answered the phone told me that they were no longer able to do anything and I could not file another report because too much time had passed. She even told me that she had never talked to me before, even after I listed every time I talked to her. She said it couldn’t have been her or she would have remembered. Right, just like the way they remembered to file the report I made. If any police out there would like to ever get around to getting the sh1tbags of the street before they kill someone, I still all the information and the copy of the report I was given.
Problem Izzzzzz

Orland Park, IL

#23 May 8, 2007
There are less cops on the streets today than when Bart took over and said he would put 200 more officers on the streets!!! He can't afford to hire any more because he's been a BIG spender the last eight years and has practically bankrupt the city. Now he's merging everything to save money, but has it really saved money or just used more...wait until the tax bills come out...don't worry though he has 2 million plus dollars to run for a third term! His campaign is loaded, where did all the money come from anyway?

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