Sumter Grandma Leads Police on Car Chase Reports Standeffer and Harbin
Last week a Sumter grandmother lead police on a car chase while her grandchild was in the backseat.
Police are charging Susie Thomas with failing to stop for blue lights, running a red light, reckless driving, child endangerment, and driving with a suspended license.
According to Thomas she did not want to stop the vehicle because she was she had warrants for her arrest in Sumter, Florence and Saluda counties. She is being accused of forgery and counterfeiting.
Thomasís 4-year-old granddaughter, who was not buckled in, was found crying in the back seat of the vehicle but was not injured during the chase and close-calls.
In South Carolina there were more than 4,900 collisions caused by failing to obey traffic signs and signals and thousands more due to speeding and reckless driving.
If you or a loved one has been injured in a motor vehicle accident due to another driverís reckless behavior, the victim may be entitled to compensation for property damage, medical bills, lost wages, and more.
Contact our Greenville auto accident attorneys today to determine what your legal rights are, and for more information on South Carolina auto accidents visit www.shglawyers.com.
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