eluding


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Related to eluding: vexing, tenacity, spontaneity, serene
See: evasive
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As a result of (defendant) fleeing or eluding, [he] she] caused [serious bodily injury to] [the death of] (name of victim).
As a result of (defendant) fleeing or eluding, [he] [she] caused [an injury to] [damage to the property of] (name of victim).
She remained in custody early Tuesday on new charges of eluding police, being a felon in possession of a firearm and possession of methamphetamine.
AGGRAVATED FLEEING OR ELUDING (Leaving a Crash Involving Injury or Death and then Causing Serious Injury Bodily Injury or Death) --316.
As a result of (defendant) fleeing or eluding, [he] [she| caused [an injury to (name of victim)][damage to the property of (name of victim)].
Eluding the facts as he does after this fashion, volley after volley of them produce no effect.
With earlier convictions for drug manufacturing, car theft, eluding police and recklessly endangering passengers, Molnar ended up with a 71/2-year prison term.
LANCASTER - An ex-convict accused of eluding Los Angeles police in the San Fernando Valley by setting an apartment fire and hiding in a mattress was convicted Monday of brandishing a weapon at a Palmdale sheriff's deputy.
William Boettcher, 29, was charged with eluding by vehicle, eluding by foot and criminal mischief, but it wasn't clear why he was trying to get away from police, Aguilar said.
Eluding a nationwide manhunt for almost 22 hours, Furrow turned himself in about 8:30 a.
He was charged with robbery, eluding, possession of a stolen vehicle, unlawful use of a motor vehicle, resisting arrest, reckless driving and possession of methamphetamine, Umenhofer said.
A bank robber escaped into a Valencia neighborhood Monday, eluding sheriff's deputies who combed the area unsuccessfully, officials said.