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SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES IN TONIGHT’S SOLO VEHICLE ACCIDENT.


ESCALON, CALIFORNIA  – May 27, 2016 at approximately 9:51pm.
The Escalon Police Department was dispatched to the area of Yosemite Avenue and Irwin Avenue for an abandoned vehicle left on the railroad tracks.  It appeared that the driver of the vehicle was traveling eastbound on Highway 120/Yosemite Avenue and attempted to make a righthand turn onto Irwin Avenue.  The driver apparently misjudged the distance and turned too soon ending up on the railroad tracks.  The driver of the vehicle left the scene before the police arrived.  Officers from Escalon Police Department made contact with the registered owner of the vehicle through Police Dispatch and are still investigating this incident.  McDowell and Davis Towing Service was called out to remove and impound the vehicle.  Drugs and alcohol may have been a factor in this accident.

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NOTICE: The names, photos and incidents printed in WeEscalon posts/articles are obtained from the daily logs of the Escalon Police Services, San Joaquin County jail booking information and other Police agencies. THIS INFORMATION IS PUBLIC RECORD. The listing of a name, photo, incident in the WeEscalon Crime log, FaceBook page, Twitter account or on the WeEscalon Website does not imply of that person’s guilt or innocence. THIS CAN ONLY BE DETERMINED BY A COURT OF LAW.

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