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Pursuits for traffic

Postby Consequences » Sat Feb 13, 2016 5:47 pm

Congratulations Boynton P.D. Killing babies just classic. Wow this is even low for you guys, Hope it was worth it Mark Sohn you'll never learn will you! You should of been fired last time you pulled this shit, keep chasing Boynton it's making a huge difference in the crime statistics. What's a few dead babies for those stats eh Chief Katz way to go! Here's a hint try enforcing your department pursuit policies. Oh wait, weren't you just caught speeding in a school zone Katz. I c its a classic case of monkey see monkey do.
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Re: Pursuits for traffic

Postby Guest » Sat Feb 13, 2016 7:06 pm

Consequences wrote:Congratulations Boynton P.D. Killing babies just classic. Wow this is even low for you guys, Hope it was worth it Mark Sohn you'll never learn will you! You should of been fired last time you pulled this shit, keep chasing Boynton it's making a huge difference in the crime statistics. What's a few dead babies for those stats eh Chief Katz way to go! Here's a hint try enforcing your department pursuit policies. Oh wait, weren't you just caught speeding in a school zone Katz. I c its a classic case of monkey see monkey do.


He will be exonerated it the Boynton way, they have been chasing stolen cars forever. Is it really worth it ... Hopefully a 23 million dollar judgment against the city and this officer will help stop the nonsense.
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Re: Pursuits for traffic

Postby Guest » Sun Feb 14, 2016 2:07 pm

Boynton man to appear in court tomorrow fatal crash involving child

 10:47 a.m. Sunday, Feb. 14, 2016 | Filed in: Southern PBC


Update at 10:30 a.m.: Lex Lugard Eugene, accused of vehicular homicide in a crash that killed a child Saturday, will appear in court Monday morning for a bond hearing.

Eugene, 20, appeared before a judge this morning and asked to have his bond hearing reset while he contacted a private attorney.



Lex Lugard Eugene photo

Lex Lugard Eugene

Along with a vehicular homicide charge, Eugene faces charges of felony murder, driving without a valid license, leaving the scene of a crash, aggravated fleeing and eluding, heroin trafficking, possession of a controlled substance and resisting arrest, according to court records.

Police have not released the arrest report with details of the additional charges.

Eugene was released from prison on Dec. 19 after serving five months on charges of possession of cocaine, possession of a weapon by a convicted felon, carrying a concealed firearm and possession of a controlled substance, prison records show.



Boynton man to appear in court tomorrow fatal crash involving child photo

Lex Lugard Eugene

Eugene also has an open case in Palm Beach County courts stemming from a late January arrest for possession of a firearm by a convicted felon.

He has been arrested on felony charges in the county five times in the past, four of which led to convictions and one being the open case.

Original story: A man fleeing from Boynton Beach police in a chase Saturday afternoon lost control of his car and struck a 5-year-old standing on the sidewalk along Miner Road in Boynton Beach, the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office reports.

Lex Lugard Eugene, of Boynton Beach, told police he “lost control” of his 2008 Buick and went onto the sidewalk at the northeast corner of Miner and Summit roads, the crash report says. The crash happened just before 2 p.m. Saturday.

It isn’t clear why Eugene fled from police, but the report says officers were following him eastbound on Miner Road just before the crash.

Eugene’s Buick struck the 5-year-old boy, Jayden Readon, and continued into a fence. Readon was taken to Delray Medical Center where he later died, the sheriff’s office reports.

The sheriff’s office does not believe drugs or alcohol played a role in the crash, the report indicates.

Eugene abandoned the car after the crash and ran, the sheriff’s office reports.

Boynton Beach police later caught him.

Eugene faces charges of vehicular manslaughter, driving without a valid license and leaving the scene of a crash.

He is expected to appear in court for a bond hearing Sunday morning
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Re: Pursuits for traffic

Postby Guest » Fri Jun 16, 2017 8:54 pm

Pursuits all the
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