NC Man Luiz Felipe Leal ID’d As Victim In Tuesday Night Fatal Elizabeth City Triumph Motorcycle Crash

ELIZABETH CITY, NC. (THECOUNT) — Luiz Felipe Leal Sr has been identified as the victim in a fatal motorcycle crash in Elizabeth City, North Carolina Tuesday night.

Leal, 39, was killed in a motorcycle-versus-Jeep crash Tuesday night in Elizabeth City.

According to police, Leal was operating a 2007 Triumph motorcycle Tuesday around 6:20 p.m., when he was involved in a crash with a 2006 Jeep Wrangler.

Leal was traveling on Halsted Boulevard, when the Jeep Wrangler turned left in front of him near Walker Ave.

Witnesses said the motorcycle didn’t have any visible headlights.

Police investigation showed the headlights were covered in aluminum-colored duct tape, reports WAVY.

After the crash, Leal was transported to an area hospital where he was later pronounced dead.

The Elizabeth City Police Department is still investigating to find any other factors that might have contributed to the crash.

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Geo quick facts: Elizabeth City is a city in Pasquotank County, North Carolina, in the United States. As of the 2010 census, it had a population of 18,683. Elizabeth City is the county seat and largest city of Pasquotank County – Wikipedia.

San Jose State College Student Forced To Drive 9 HOURS At KNIFE POINT

(KRON) — A California San Jose State University student was found running down an Oregon highway Friday night after allegedly getting kidnapped at knifepoint from her apartment by a stranger, say police. Coos County sheriff’s deputies contacted police in the San Jose area and determined that the victim had been reported missing by family members after she did not show up for her own graduation ceremony.

Officers with the Bandon Police Department found the victim, 22, frightened, running down a roadway at around 10:18 p.m. near U.S. Highway 101 and Prosper Junction Rd in Bandon, Oregon.

The unidentified woman told investigators that she’d been abducted roughly 10 hours earlier, carjacked and forced to drive north in her own vehicle until it ran out of gas, allowing her an opportunity to flee on foot and hide in tall grass nearby until nightfall.

Officers found the vehicle near an old mill at Ballard’s Bridge and Highway 101 and searched the area for the suspect, with assistance from a K-9 unit. They were unable to track him, however, and towed the vehicle for evidence. Continue reading