2 Men Accused of Ramming Patrol Car with Vehicle
IDAHO FALLS, Idaho (AP) — Two men have been accused of ramming a patrol car in Bonneville County.
The Post Register reports that 33-year-old Christopher Hudson and 26-year-old Bryan Beck were both booked into the Bonneville County Jail on Tuesday for felony warrants. According to the sheriff's office, Hudson was driving the car when it rammed a patrol car on Interstate 15.
According to the sheriff's office, a deputy tried to stop Hudson's vehicle after he saw the car's hood was attached by a bungee cord and could have flown up. When the deputy tried to pull in front of the car and slow it down, Hudson reportedly rammed the back and side of the patrol car.
Hudson fled on foot and was arrested in a field. Beck remained in the vehicle and was arrested at the scene.