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13-155 The Pinellas County Major Accident Investigation Team (MAIT) Investigates Crash Involving Motorcycle Vs. Deputy Patrol Car In Seminole

Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office
-Patrol Operations Bureau
-Major Accident Investigation Team (MAIT)

Robert Gold (Injured Driver/Arrested)
DOB: 3/6/1957
Address: 6181 84th Avenue, Pinellas Park
Vehicle: 2007 Harley Davidson

Deputy Brian Overton (Uninjured Driver)
Hire date: 1/2013
Vehicle: Marked Chevy Impala

Deputies assigned to the Major Accident Investigation Team (MAIT) are investigating a motorcycle vs. a marked patrol car crash in Seminole.

The incident took place at the intersection of Seminole Blvd. and Park Blvd. in Seminole.

The crash occurred Sunday, July 21, 2013 at approximately 12:15 a.m.

Deputies assigned to the Major Accident Investigation Team (MAIT) are investigating a motorcycle vs. a marked patrol car crash in Seminole.

At approximately 12:15 a.m. this morning, the driver of a 2007 Harley Davidson was traveling southbound on Seminole Blvd. when he came to a stop in the left turn lane. Deputy Brian Overton was traveling northbound on Park Blvd. entering the intersection when the Harley Davidson began to turn left, striking the front fender of the deputy’s patrol car.

Deputy Brian Overton was not injured in the crash.

The driver of the Harley Davidson, identified as 56-year-old Robert Gold, was transported to a local hospital with non-life threatening injuries and has since been released.

Upon release from the hospital, deputies conducted a field sobriety test on Gold. Gold was arrested for DUI and transported to the Pinellas County Jail without further incident.

The investigation continues.


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