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Wichita officer who drove up to 100 mph with no siren fired


October 4, 2019

WICHITA, Kan. (AP) — A Wichita police officer who crashed his vehicle while speeding without lights or sirens has been fired.

The Wichita Eagle reports Officer Samuel Dugo is charged with aggravated battery-recklessly causing bodily harm after the March 2018 wreck critically injured a 71-year-old. He has pleaded not guilty.

Police spokesman Officer Kevin Wheeler said Dugo's employment ended Aug. 30. He was with the department since July 2016.

The Kansas Highway Patrol says Donald Clark, of Bel Aire, was thrown through the windshield of his truck when it collided with Dugo's vehicle at a W...

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