Meriden – Motorist Arrested After Incident
Authorities just arrested a driver in Meriden yesterday.
David Michael O’Brien (age and residence undisclosed) was arrested by local officials yesterday following a spate of road incidents culminating in a crash that injured other motorists. O’Brien was driving a Nissan and exhibited extremely reckless behavior, including swerving around other vehicles on the road and crashing into another vehicle. Injured motorists have since been tended to by authorities, and O’Brien is now under custody. He is currently facing charges of reckless endangerment and reckless driving, interfering with arrest, possession of a controlled substance, misuse of plates, among other violations. Officials have yet to disclose the location of the incident and the identities of injured motorists. This story will be updated as soon as more info becomes available.
It’s only appropriate that motorists exhibiting negligent or reckless behavior are immediately taken off the road and stopped from hurting other motorists. Having said that, people who are injured by these culprits are advised to talk to expert counsel because they need to be made aware of their legal options. These avenues, when pursued properly, should help them cope and eventually find closure.
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