In Genesee County, a high-speed driving incident led to multiple charges for 31-year-old Alan Warren of Fillmore. Around 1 a.m. Saturday, Warren allegedly came close to hitting a deputy’s patrol car on Interstate 490 while traveling over 100 mph on Route 19.
Warren now faces charges including driving while intoxicated (DWI), reckless endangerment, and aggravated unlicensed operation. This incident adds to his record, as he already has a prior DWI conviction.
The deputies initiated a traffic stop following the near-miss with the patrol vehicle. Warren’s actions and the subsequent charges highlight the serious risks and consequences associated with impaired and reckless driving.
This event serves as a cautionary reminder of the dangers of high-speed and intoxicated driving, and the importance of adhering to traffic laws to ensure road safety for all.
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