Man faces several charges following Syracuse auto accident

by William Mattar | May 20th, 2010

May 20, 2010 reports that a man faces charges following a Syracuse auto accident.

Syracuse police began chasing a stolen minivan driven by an 18-year-old. Police followed the minivan down Glenwood Avenue and up Clyde Avenue when the minivan missed a turn and crashed into a house on Colvin Street.

A juvenile was also in the vehicle at the time of the Syracuse auto accident, and he was taken into custody at the scene. The Syracuse driver was charged with reckless endangerment and criminal possession of stolen property, which are both felonies.

This was the second time the minivan was stolen in a matter of days. The driver did not have time to change the locks after the first time.

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Why do you think the Syracuse police chase started? Do you think the Syracuse driver who was charged after this Syracuse auto accident had any ties to the first time the minivan was stolen?

If you have been involved in a Syracuse auto accident, the New York auto accident lawyers at William Mattar Law Firm can help you.