Suge Knight Shot at Chris Brown’s Pre-VMA Party

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SECOND UPDATE: A rep for Chris Brown issued the following statement regarding the incident — “Chris hosted an event in Los Angeles last night to celebrate the upcoming release of his album X, during which an incident occurred. This incident did not involve Chris; he was merely the host of the event. He has and will continue to cooperate with the investigation.”

UPDATE: An eyewitness has confirmed to ET that Suge Knight, former CEO of Death Row Records, was shot multiple times at Chris Brown’s pre-VMA party, and Knight was the target of the gunfire. The witness told ET that Knight was seen pacing inside the club and speaking with R&B and hip hop producer Irv Gotti. 1OAK co-owner Scott Sartiano ducked down before four shots rang out, our witness reports, but Chris Brown continued dancing, unaware of the shots fired. Knight dropped to the floor after being shot…

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Woman charged with DWI

MALTA – State Police have arrested a Halfmoon woman, charging her with driving while intoxicated after a three car accident in Malta on Friday night.

Police say 51 year-old Sherri Lourie rear ended a vehicle stopped in her lane on Route 9 in front of the Ripe Tomato restaurant.  The vehicle she struck then struck the vehicle in front of it.

The driver of the vehicle Lourie struck was taken to Albany Medical Center for evaluation.  The driver of the third vehicle was not injured.

Lourie consented to a blood draw by police and was charged with DWI.

Greer woman dies in Pelham Road accident

A Greer woman died Friday night when she lost control of her car and hit several trees on Pelham Road, authorities said.

The accident happened at about 8 p.m. about 1.2 miles east of Greenville on Pelham Road near Cameron Lane, said Lance Cpl. Gary Miller, of the Highway Patrol.

Ashley Monique Campbell, 25, of Rockbrook Court, was travelling east when she lost control of a 2014 BMW 328, crossed the center lane and opposite lane and hit several trees, said Parks Evans, Greenville County coroner.

Campbell was wearing a seatbelt and was trapped inside, Miller said. The car had no passengers.

Three Taken to Hospital Following Motor Vehicle Accident on Ferry

NORTH CAPE MAY – A two-vehicle accident occurred on the MV Delaware as vehicles were disembarking the ferry vessel at the Cape May terminal Aug. 22 at approximately 9:40 a.m.

Three people involved in the accident were transported to Cape Regional Medical Center for evaluation with what appeared to be minor injuries.

The preliminary investigation indicates that Jeffery Singley of Fort Washington, Md., was operating a white 2012 Ford Explorer rental vehicle thatcar accident on ferry was stationed on the port side of the ferry vessel. While maneuvering his vehicle on-board the vessel, Singley accidentally hit the gas pedal instead of the brakes, propelling the Explorer across the car deck and broadsiding a silver Honda Civic on the starboard side of the vessel. The subsequent impact pinned the Honda Civic against the ferry vessel’s starboard bulkhead.

The occupants of the 2013 Honda Civic, Diane Manville and Roger Level of Millsboro, Del., and Singley were transported to Cape Regional Medical Center by Lower Township EMS.

The vehicles were aboard the MV Delaware, which departed the Lewes Ferry Terminal at 8:15 a.m. Aug. 22. The MV Delaware sustained minor cosmetic damage. The ferry schedule was delayed for approximately one hour. The MV Cape Henlopen took over for the MV Delaware while the accident scene was cleared and cleaned up and departures will be delayed by one hour until late this afternoon.

The following units responded to the accident scene: Town Bank Fire Department, Villas Fire Department, Lower Township Police, Lower Township EMS, Villas Fire Department, and Delaware River and Bay Authority Police.

The accident remains under investigation by the Delaware River and Bay Authority police department.

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Initial scanner reports indicated a motor vehicle accident occurred on board a ferry in North Cape May Aug. 22 around 9:54 a.m.

Lower Township Police dispatched Lower Township firefighters from various companies to the ferry terminal to assist with the crash. Apparently, one vehicle pinned another vehicle to the bulkhead (wall).

Three people have been taken to the hospital to be evaluated, according to DRBA officials.

DRBA officers were in command and no LTPD police were needed on scene.

According to the Cape May-Lewes Ferry’s Twitter feed, “Due to a minor traffic accident, departures today, Aug. 22, are experiencing approx. 60-90 minute delays.”

Ward Ave. car crash leaves bicyclist in critical condition

HONOLULU —A 62-year-old bicyclist is fighting for his life after a car slammed into him just before 3 a.m. Thursday morning on Ward Avenue.

Honolulu police say both the car and the bicyclist were going against their lights.

Witnesses say the driver slowed down, but did not stop. The driver was arrested on suspicion of drunken driving.

“It did not appear that he came to a complete stop. The driver was arrested for OVUII and taken to the main station,” said Lt. Carlene Lau of the Honolulu Police Department.

Police say visibility may have been a factor in the accident as well as speed.

August was declared pedestrian safety month and several initiatives have taken place to raise public awareness.

 

Man dies in North Albany crash

August 22, 2014 6:30 am  • 
Brooklyn car accident

A Eugene man died and a Corvallis man has been charged with manslaughter and DUII after a head-on crash just before 7 a.m. Thursday on Highway 20, near Scenic Drive in North Albany.

Gabriel Ruiz Lopez, 37, of Eugene, was reportedly driving west on Highway 20 in a 1993 Ford Escort Wagon when he hit head-on with a 1995 Acura Integra driven by Damon Selves, 32, of Corvallis, heading east. Lopez was extracted from his vehicle and pronounced dead at the scene. Selves was taken to Good Samaritan Regional Hospital in Corvallis with minor injuries. Selves was arrested and charged with manslaughter, driving under the influence of intoxicants (drugs) and reckless driving, according to the Benton County Sheriff’s Office.

Witnesses told deputies on scene that Selves “traveled into the westbound lane and tried to turn back into his lane,” according to a BCSO release. Lopez tried to avoid Selves, according to witness statements, but the vehicles collided head on and came to a rest in the middle of Highway 20.

“Damon Selves was not wearing a safety belt and airbags were deployed in the Acura Integra,” Sheriff’s deputies wrote in the release. “Gabriel Ruiz Lopez was wearing a safety belt and the Ford Escort was not equipped with airbags.”

The Benton County Multi-Agency Collision Investigation Team was activated and investigated the scene. Firefighters and EMTs with the Albany Fire Department and the Oregon Department of Transportation assisted at the scene. Highway 20 was closed for about 2.5 hours Thursday morning.

The Thursday crash occurred four months after Corvallis resident Boyd Turner, 48, died following a two-car crash on April 26 on Highway 20 between Rainwater Lane and Scenic Drive. Nearby residents and those who witnessed the April accident said that cars frequently travel much faster than the 45 mph speed limit posted in the area. Investigators of the April crash said that speed was not believed to be a factor.

Kyle Odegard of the Albany Democrat-Herald contributed to this report.

Deadly crash closes State Road 417 toll-booth cash lanes

6:08 p.m. EDT, August 21, 2014

A Kissimmee man was killed in a crash on State Road 417 early Thursday when he plowed into a toll-booth barrier, the Florida Highway Patrol said.

Dylan D. Smith was northbound on SR 417 when he drove his Ford Mustang into a divider at the Lee Vista Boulevard toll plaza.

Smith, 22, died at the scene of the crash, which prompted troopers to close the cash lanes at the toll booth. Troopers said the crash may have been a suicide.

“As part of this ongoing investigation, we have obtained further information of a possible suicide and will continue investigating,” Trooper Wanda Diaz stated.

The E-Pass lanes and two lanes where drivers can get receipts or change from toll booth attendants were not damaged by the crash and reopened Thursday as soon as emergency response teams cleared them.


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The accident damaged the two exact-change lanes, where drivers throw coins into baskets at unmanned booths. Those lanes were expected to remain closed into Friday, but expressway engineers expected they could repair and reopen them by late Friday or Saturday at the latest, said expressway authority spokesman Jeff Marshall.

Accidents periodically occur in toll booth plazas, but they’re typically low-speed, without injuries.

Still, other toll road authorities, including the Florida Turnpike Enterprise, have begun installing toll plazas that have only express-lanes with electronic tolling, and no toll booths where traffic must stop and go.

The Central Florida Expressway Authority has not done that and has no immediate plans to remove any toll booths in favor of all electronic tolling. However, when the Wekiva Parkway is built in western Orange and Seminole counties, it will feature express-lane only tolling.

“Because of our visitors, we’re conscious of the fact that not everyone is going to have a transponder, so we try to have cash available as an option as much as we can,” Marshall said. “Overall, nationwide, the toll industry is going toward an all-electronic model, so that may happen in the future, but we don’t have any plans for that now, except for the Wekiva Parkway.”

That particular toll plaza was rebuilt in the middle of the past decade, reopening in 2006. The authority also recently wrapped up construction that widened the travel lanes through that area, but that work did not affect the toll booths, Marshall said. Another construction project is now underway north of there.

Tiffany Walden of the Sentinel staff contributed to this report.