Family Challenges Police on Fatal Crash With Cruiser

Jatinder Baboota 61, of Vienna, died in February, 13 days after his car had been struck by a Fairfax County police cruiser driven by officer Michael D. Weinhaus who was responding to an emergency call. Now Baboota's family questions the police department's official version of what happened, citing witness reports that the officer didn't have his siren or lights on. Police did not disclose the crash or Baboota's death. The Metro section article is here.

By  |  May 2, 2006; 10:53 AM ET  | Category:  Accidents , Public Safety
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