Off duty policeman hits a parked car in North Carolina
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Off duty policeman hits a parked car in North Carolina

Havelock : NC : USA | Oct 07, 2012 at 2:34 PM PDT
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Havelock North Carolina. Jennifer Reynolds who is a resident of Havelock said an off duty police officer who had violated a couple of traffic laws in her neighborhood hit her parked vehicle causing it to nearly hit her garage.

Reynolds said the accident happened when the police officer ran a stop sign at the intersection of Rice and Shipman about 6am Sunday.

Reynolds said the vehicle that was struck by the police officer was only purchased by her four days ago. Her vehicle was parked at the driveway when the accident happened.

The police report says the name of the officer that was involved in the accident is Nigel Mohammad.

Reynolds said the police chief told her Mohammad was driving 35 miles per hour in a 25 miles per hour zone in her neighborhood.

Reynolds said she learned Mohammad was an off duty police officer since he was wearing his uniform at the time of the accident.

Officials with the Havelock Police Department did not answer any questions to reporters from WCTI 12 News in reply to the automobile accident or if the officer will be disciplined for his actions at this time.

News sources WCTI12.com and WCTI Staff

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George Vieto is based in Lake Charles, Louisiana, United States of America, and is a Reporter on Allvoices.
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