Fort Pierce motorcyclist, 22, killed in Martin County crash

A Fort Pierce man died after his motorcycle collided with a pickup truck in Martin County early Monday, according to the Florida Highway Patrol.

He was driving the motorcycle eastbound on Southwest Martin Highway about 6 a.m., near the intersection of Southwest 66th Avenue, when the pickup attempted to make a U-turn in front of it.

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The motorcycle crashed into the front left side of the pickup. The 22-year-old rider died at the scene, FHP investigators said.

The pickup driver, a 65-year-old Stuart man, stopped on the west side of the highway after the collision.

FHP did

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Motorcycle trailer hearse among stash of stolen vehicles recovered by Macon County police | Public Safety

DECATUR — A motorcycle trailer hearse was among a stash of stolen vehicles police say they recovered Thursday following the arrest of three men that included a pursuit through several Macon County communities.

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According to a Macon County Sheriff’s Office news release, deputies responded around 8 a.m. Thursday to a report of a truck having been stolen overnight in Forsyth. 

A short time later, around 11 a.m., officers from the Warrensburg Police Department located the stolen truck outside a village residence. It was towing a trailer that police later confirmed to be stolen overnight from the Tanzyus-Logan Funeral Home, 3085 N. Kandy Lane, in Decatur.

Rebecca Tanzyus, president and partner of the funeral home, said the custom-made hearse trailer and motorcycle are only used for special occasions and is usually locked in a trailer

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Brevard County woman in motorcycle shootout dies; suspects charges upgraded

The motorcycle suspect who shot a biker of a different club Friday on I-4 near U.S. 27 had his charges updated after the Brevard County woman who rode as a passenger on his motorcycle died later that day.

Ronald Donovan, 38, of Cocoa now faces a second-degree felony murder charge, an attempted first-degree murder charge, a charge for possession of a firearm by convicted felon, a tampering with evidence charge, two counts of resisting with violence and battery on a law enforcement officer after a shootout between him and an Osceola County biker.

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The shootout happened shortly after midnight when, Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd said the two groups neared U.S. 27 and members of the Thug Riders Motorcycle Club passed members

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Motorcycle crash claims Atchison County Corrections Officer | Northeast Kansas

An early morning motorcycle accident Wednesday claimed the life of a 42-year-old Atchison County Corrections Officer.

Jeremy S. Masuch, of Nortonville, was pronounced dead at the accident scene located at the junction of U.S. 59 Highway and Kansas Highway 116 about 10 miles south of Atchison along U.S. 59 Highway, according to the Kansas Highway Patrol Crash Log report.

The accident occurred about 2:52 a.m. as Masuch was northbound along 59 Highway as he drove a 1989 Triumph Street Triple motorcycle when struck the passenger side of a 2016 Ford F-150 pickup truck that had turned northbound along 59 Highway from 116 Highway driven by Ricky E. Brown, 65, of Cummings, KHP reports.

Masuch was wearing a helmet at the time of the collision, and Brown was wearing a seat belt.

Atchison County Sheriff Jack Laurie posted condolences on behalf of the Atchison County Sheriff’s Office vial Facebook. Laurie posted

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