Fresh: Dash cam released after woman leads police on high speed pursue
UPDATE: 47-year-old Susan Boshart was indicted Monday, July Three, on a number of charges related to the June police pursue. She is charged with Failure to Serve with order or signal of police officer, four counts of Felonious Onslaught, five counts of criminal bruising, and also negligent homicide.
Boshart will be arraigned on Thursday, July 6
Fresh: Miamisburg Police have release dash cam movie of a high speed pursue June Ten.
The driver, 47-year-old Susan Boshart, was booked into the Montgomery County Jail on Tuesday, June thirteen on charges of fleeing and eluding and failing to obey with Police.
UPDATE: The Ohio State Highway Patrol has identified the woman who crashed her car into a trooper’s vehicle, struck two deputies and then prompted a pursue which ended in a crash.
Susan Boshart, 47, of Kettering will face charges after today’s incident, but troopers aren’t telling yet what those charges will be, because they want to very first review the incident with the Montgomery County Prosecutor’s Office.
Two police officers struck, injured by woman’s car fleeing traffic stop
MIAMI TOWNSHIP (WKEF/WRGT) — Two officers were struck by a vehicle Saturday morning during a traffic stop.
Ohio State Highway Patrol Sgt. Paul Lezotte said the incident began as troopers attempted to pull over a woman in a car for speeding on I-675. The woman led troopers south onto I-75, then back north, where she exited at State Route 725. Miamisburg police had joined in the pursuit by then.
Sgt. Lezotte say the woman’s car was stopped at the crimson light along the exit ramp and when troopers and officers got out of their cruisers and approached her vehicle, she backed into a cruiser, then struck a Miamisburg Police cruiser and two police officers before fleeing that scene.
That pursue went from State Route 725, to Mad Sea Road, Alex Bell Road and then southbound on I-675 — where police had primarily attempted to pull her over for speeding.
Her vehicle crashed into a guardrail as she got back on 675, but that didn’t stop her. She continued to lead police down the highway until the Yankee Road exit, where she crashed into a vehicle attempting to get off 675.
“Exited on seven hundred twenty five and did not make it through the intersection of Yankee Road and six hundred seventy five where there was another crash,” Lezotte said. “Drugs and/or alcohol may be an issue in this pursuit and crashes.”
Two officers sustained minor injuries and a cruiser was struck.
A female involved in the crash at Yankee Road was taken to the hospital, as was the suspect. Both were described as sustaining minor injuries.
Sgt. Lezotte said troopers found prescription medication in the suspect’s car, but he said there’s no indication yet whether they found any illegal drugs.