Driver charged with murder in crash that killed CA officer


Jermaine Jeryan Walton is arraigned at Sacramento Superior Court on Tuesday, Jan. 25, 2022, for the wrong-way DUI crash that killed Elk Grove police officer Tyler Lenehan.

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Sacramento prosecutors filed a murder charge Tuesday against the motorist accused of driving the wrong direction on Highway 99 and killing Elk Grove Police Officer Tyler Lenehan after colliding with the officer’s motorcycle Friday.

The felony complaint, filed as suspect Jermaine Jeryan Walton made a brief first appearance in Sacramento Superior Court, states that Walton “did unlawfully, and with malice aforethought, murder Tyler Lenehan…”

Walton, 31, remains in custody at the Sacramento County Main Jail without bail and faces a second count of causing an accident resulting in death and failing “to render reasonable assistance” to Lenehan.

He did not enter a plea Tuesday and was ordered to return to court March 7.

The murder charge stems from the

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Motorcycle driver dead following crash involving trailer hauled by truck in Scottsdale, police officials say

Officials with the Scottsdale Police Department say a motorcycle driver is dead following a two-vehicle crash.

The incident, according to Scottsdale Police, happened in the area of Hayden and Indian School Roads. According to officials, the motorcycle driver collided with the back of a trailer that was being hauled by a truck.

“Investigators are in the early stages of this investigation and are looking into if weather, speed, and /or alcohol were factors,” officials said.

Family member identifies victim

Hours after the deadly accident, the brother of the victim identified him as 50-year-old Michael Miller.


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Motorcycle wreck on 380 in McKinney: Cops look for second driver

The 72-year old husband, father, grandfather and great-grandfather was driving home from work Monday night when the wreck happened.

MCKINNEY, Texas — A McKinney man’s family says he is lucky to be alive after a motorcycle crash Monday night. As Rod Carver recovers at the hospital, his family and a witness want to know why the other driver involved in the crash didn’t stop to help.

“I don’t know too many people that would leave somebody in the middle of a street,” Carver’s wife Barbara said. 

Rod is a 72-year old husband, father, grandfather, and great-grandfather who was driving home from work Monday night when he wrecked his motorcycle on Westbound 380 in McKinney. 

“He did have some brain injuries, there was some head trauma, there was a brain bleed and some swelling,” Barbara listed. “Fractures galore.”

McKinney police are not calling it a hit-and-run, but they are saying two

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Driver does dangerous move with motorcycle near gas pumps, speeds off

LINCOLN, Neb. (KOLN) – The Lincoln Police Department arrested a man this week they say was doing a dangerous maneuver with his motorcycle at a gas station last month and then sped away from officers.

On September 11th, around 11 p.m., officers were dispatched to the EZ Go, off 25th and E Streets, to clear the parking lot with loitering people and cars.

LPD said when responding officers got there, they saw a black 2007 Kawasaki motorcycle doing a burnout with a high rev engine.

Police said because this is a dangerous maneuver and it was being done in close proximity to people and gas pumps, the officer tried contacting the driver by using the overhead lights on the cruiser.

According to police, the driver looked at the officer and then sped off. Police said the officer identified the driver as a 24-year-old man and issued a local broadcast for

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