Teens Who Injured Officer In Head-On Collision May Face Charges
The 10 teens who injured an officer in a crash may face charges, according to a February 11 article by CBS Austin.
The collision happened around 4:40 AM, Sunday morning, when an officer was struck as a group of teenagers were fleeing from the police. Fortunately, the injured officer is expected to be released from at least a week. Nevertheless, those juveniles may face drug possession and minor in possession of alcohol charges.
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