DUI: Soldier Collin Hartman causes two deputies to crash while recklessly driving

DUI: Soldier Collin Hartman causes two deputies to crash while recklessly driving

22-year-old Collin James Hartman of the US Army 74th CTC/129 was observed driving his dark gray Ford Fiesta in the wrong travel lane and trying to overtake another vehicle, causing two patrolling deputies to collide while avoiding hitting his Fiesta head-on near Southside Road at 7:55 p.m. on June 15th. Then, Hartman continued traveling toward Highway 48, so deputies searched the area until they located him on Riverside Drive, where they conducted a traffic stop. He told them he was coming from Avondale Apartments off Ashland City Road. As they further investigated, the passenger corroborated the deputy’s account of what happened, and they could identify Hartman as the person in question. When officers ran his information through NCIC, they discovered his Florida License was suspended for failing to comply with a traffic summons in Tennessee. Hartman was then taken into custody for failure to maintain lane, driving on a suspended license, and reckless driving.

COLLIN JAMES HARTMAN (MCSO)
COLLIN JAMES HARTMAN (MCSO)

Collin James Hartman of Artic Ave in Oak Grove, KY, was booked into the Montgomery County Jail on June 15th, charged with reckless driving, improper lane use, and driving on a suspended/revoked license. He is free on a $1,500 bond.

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