2 DC cops charged with drag racing charged with reckless driving
WASHINGTON (FOX 5 DC) – Two DC police officers allegedly involved in a drag racing incident that resulted in an accident now face multiple charges, including reckless driving.
Humias Khan and Jerrita Millington face charges of reckless driving, aggravated reckless driving with more than $ 1,000 in property damage and aggravated reckless driving causing bodily harm or disability.
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One of the authorities’ officials said he was involved in the drag race incident which resulted in a total of two DC patrol vehicles being pulled, officials said. MPD has not disclosed the identity of this officer, but acting chief Robert Contee has confirmed that a probation officer has been fired due to the incident.
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The crash happened last month near Anacostia Avenue and Polk Street in the northeast, where sources tell FOX 5 the patrol cars were traveling at least 60 mph, as the speed limit is 25 mph.