Charges pending in rollover accident in Sioux Falls
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (Dakota News Now) - UPDATE, 11 a.m.
Sioux Falls police say both the driver and a passenger involved in an early morning crash are facing charges.
The accident happened around 2 a.m. Tuesday at 39th Street and Lincoln Avenue, a few blocks away from the intersection of 41st and Kiwanis.
According to police spokesperson Sam Clemens, the driver and the passenger were arguing when the passenger pulled on the steering wheel. The car rolled, and the driver ran off. Police eventually found and arrested the driver.
Two other passengers, including a three-year-old child, were also in the car at the time. No one was seriously injured.
Clemens identified the passenger who allegedly pulled on the steering as 19-year-old Kellie Mae Goodshield. He faces assault, child abuse, and marijuana possession charges. The driver, a 26-year-old man, is facing DWI and hit-and-run charges. Clemens did not release his name because he was also the victim of the assault.
Authorities say charges are pending in an early morning rollover crash in Sioux Falls.
Sgt. James Buteyn with the Sioux Falls Police Department said the accident happened about 2:00 AM Tuesday near 41st Street and Kiwanis Avenue. No one was seriously injured in it.
When officers arrived to the rollover crash, the driver was missing. They did find two other adults and a minor on scene.
They ended up finding the driver several blocks away.
Sgt. Buteyn said alcohol and speed appear to be factors in the crash. Charges are pending in the case, but he did not specifically say against who or what those charges would be. The investigation is ongoing.
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