Suspended cop accused of driving while intoxicated
A suspended Detroit policewoman was held under a 10,000/10% bond following an accusation that she was driving under the influence of alcohol, causing a car accident in Detroit that left two people injured.
According to the report, misdemeanor charges were pressed against 41-year-old Dana Bond after crashing into a car Sunday afternoon, March 2, while driving at the intersection of Memorial St. and Plymouth Rd. The other car’s 19-year-old driver and his female passenger were transported to a hospital and were in stable condition. The report also stated that Bond tried to escape from the accident site but was later arrested by authorities.
She is now facing misdemeanor charges for driving under the influence, for not stopping at the scene of an accident with personal injury, and for not stopping at the scene of an accident with property damage.
Sadly, intoxicated drivers all too often cause serious accidents that injure innocent people. If you have suffered in a DUI accident in Detroit, seek the legal guidance of our lawyers from Ravid & Associates, P.C. about possibly filing a lawsuit. Call us today at (248) 948-9696.