High Teens Crash into Police Car
Posted by shadmia on September 3, 2009
Cameron Marchiori, 17, and Nicholas Evanoff, 18, are in a lot of trouble. The two teens from Fraser, Mi. face felony charges of theft, alcohol possession, resisting arrest and destruction of police property after crashing into a police cruiser with a lawnmower.
According to the Fraser police, an officer was investigating a number of 911 calls from concerned citizens about two teens on a lawnmower. He ran into them, or rather they ran into him, near the intersection of 15 Mile and Utica roads.
Cameron Marchiori, 17, who was high after inhaling from aerosol cans he and his friend, Nicholas Evanoff, 18, had bought at the local Meijer, was driving a stolen lawnmower. He was so intent on controlling the lawnmower that he did not notice the police car until it was too late to stop. The collision between the lawnmower and police cruiser was caught on the police car dashcam video.
Nicholas Evanoff attempted to run after the accident occured but was quickly caught. Both teens were charged with receiving and concealing stolen property and possession of alcohol. Marchiori also was charged with malicious destruction of property. Evanoff was charged with resisting and obstructing police. Both were arraigned in 39B District Court in Fraser. Marchiori was ordered held on 10% of a $10,000 bond. Evanoff was ordered held on 10% of a $5,000 bond, said Lt. Dan Kolke of the Fraser Police Department.