Recap: Michigan State Police Car Crash in Flint | Scott Goodwin Law

Recap: Michigan State Police Car Crash in Flint

by / Tuesday, 15 July 2014 / Published in Accident News
Emergency 9-1-1 sticker on the side of police car

A 120 mph July 3rd police pursuit ended in a fatal car a crash. Davonte Deshaun Grover had smoked crack just before he led police officers on the high speed chase that ultimately killed Tiphanie Fayette Mayfield.

The 3 minute chase began on Fulton Street and Eldridge Avenue before it ended near the Hurley Medical Center. The chase lasted roughly 3 miles. Grover, who is only 22 years-old, has 15 pending charges, one being a second-degree murder charge for Mayfield’s death.

Our thoughts and prayers go out to everyone that’s been affected by this terrible tragedy. Officers of the law risk their lives each and every day.

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