Pasco Rollover Car Had Dealer Plates, Is Somebody Losing Job at Car Lot?
Police are still investigating a dramatic rollover accident behind Monad Federal Credit Union in Pasco from Thursday.
Around 8:20pm, police report a black 2013 Chevy Malibu angled off an alleyway near the 1900 block of West Sylvester, behind the credit union.
The driver, who was later arrested for DUI among other citations, lost control and struck a fence line made of railroad ties. The car barrel rolled then came to a stop on it’s wheels. During the process the car took out even more fenceline.
The driver, 28-year-old Ricardo Garcia of Pasco, was also found to be driving on a suspended license, driving without an interlock device (evidence of a previous DUI conviction) and was charged with reckless driving.
The car apparently had dealer license plates, officials didn’t say if it had a temporary tag in the window. Either it was just purchased, or we think somebody might have lost their job at the car lot!