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MICHIGAN – The “Caped Crusader” strikes again, only this time he’s not saving hundreds of people from an evil villain in Gotham City, but actually obstructing Michigan police from conducting an investigation into a personal injury accident.
Mark Wayne Williams, 33, was dressed as Batman when he was charged with one count of resisting and obstructing police as they conducted an investigation into an accident. Williams, called by local media the ‘Petoskey Batman,’ faces felony charges for obstructing an accident scene.
According to Michigan State Police Sgt. Jeff Gorno, Williams showed up at the scene Saturday night “in his Batman outfit” and “wouldn’t clear the scene.” He added that officers had a canine on the scene and Williams was interfering with the scent the canine was picking up.
While Williams was not carrying any weapons, his costume was confiscated. Maybe he should consider dressing up as Superman next time, or for Halloween.
While Batman was always one of the darker super hero characters, it seems as though Williams has a sinister past of his own. Last October he was sentenced to six months probation and was ordered not to wear costumes after he pleaded guilty to attempted resisting/obstructing an officer. He was arrested in May 2011 after being spotted atop a building while wearing a Batman costume.
Some people never learn. There is only one batman, and while Williams shares the “Wayne” name, he is defiantly not the Bruce Wayne that we all know and love. He is now facing two years in prison and is due back in court on Oct. 18.
Is Williams a Rouge public defender or delusional vigilante? We’ll let you be the judge.
In the meantime, let this be a lesson learned: When an accident occurs, don’t call Batman, call an experienced accident lawyer to the rescue who will help you obtain real justice for your pain and suffering.
Authorities explained that the dump truck was traveling on Route 528 when it crashed into the back of the school bus, causing the bus to hit a utility pole. The school bus was heading down Old York Road, transporting a total of 25 children to Chesterfield Elementary in New Jersey. The students range in grade from kindergarten to sixth.
The deceased triplet was identified as Isabelle Tezsla, a sixth grader. Her two sisters, Sophie and Natalie, as well as another boy, Jonathan Zdybel, also 11, sustained critical injuries in the accident. The children are being treated at Cooper University Hospital in Camden. Seventeen other students sustained minor injuries.
The triplets are the daughters of a New Jersey State trooper, State Police Sgt. Anthony Tezsla.
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DETROIT, Michigan – Five people were killed on Oct. 23 as a result of a two-car collision in Detroit.
The incident occurred around 4:15 a.m. on Sunday, Oct. 23 in suburban Detroit. A car that was driving on the wrong side of a Detroit freeway crashed into another vehicle, causing both vehicles to burst into flames.
One vehicle was being driven by a 23-year-old and the other, an SUV, was carrying four people. The accident occurred on the M-10, a road that is commonly referred to as The Lodge Freeway.
Police had not yet determined which vehicle had been traveling in the wrong direction.
“Given the time of day, alcohol is a possibility, speed is a possibility,” said Michigan State Police Sgt. Nathaniel McQueen to the Free Press.
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