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New Mexico Deputy May Face Vehicular Homicide Charges

An on-board event data recorder shows a New Mexico deputy was driving 114 mph when she reportedly struck and killed a pedestrian. The deputy, reported to be responding to an Amber Alert, may now be facing vehicular homicide charges. Read Full Story Here.

April 21, 2014

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sherry @ 4/23/2014 1:23 AM

Some people get charged and some do not. When is an accident, an accident?
Did she have her lights and sirens on?

Richard @ 4/23/2014 10:18 AM

The only "accidents" are those caused by a force in nature as in Mother Nature. "Accidents" are a result of a failure. Such examples are failing to follow the rules, failing to properly inspect equipment, failure to properly use equipment, failure to pay attention, and the list goes on. Human caused accidents are preventable. In this case, why was the Deputy responding in such a manner to an Amber Alert? Why did the Deputy loose control of the vehicle? With information put forth in the news report (loose facts at best) this tragic event was preventable.

old enough @ 4/24/2014 11:10 AM

Only thing you can say to this story is not enough information to even guess at who was at fault.

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