STAFFORD COUNTY SHERIFF POLICE BEAT / Christopher Trent Baldwin charged with DUI-drugs, hit and run & general mayhem
STAFFORD, VA. – Stafford County Sheriff David Decatur reports that on November 27, 2016, at approximately 9:20 p.m. patrol units responded to a Hit and Run near the intersection of Cool Spring and Pine Roads. When deputies arrived a Mazda CX-9 was observed in the northbound lane, motionless, facing southbound. The driver of the Mazda stated her car had been run off the road by a black vehicle that departed the scene. The driver provided deputies a tag number. Additional witnesses at the scene attested to the erratic driving behavior of the white male in the black car.
Bozo Baldwin Shed Both Bumpers
The driver of the Saturn stopped in the roadway and tossed what appeared to be his front bumper into the woods.
Soon after responding to the call on Cool Spring Road, units were dispatched to the intersection of Ferry Road and Town and Country Drive for another Hit and Run incident. The driver of a green Chevy Tahoe reported she had stopped behind a black Saturn that was swerving all over the road. The driver of the Saturn stopped in the roadway and tossed what appeared to be his front bumper into the woods. Once he was back inside his vehicle, the driver placed his car in reverse and accelerated quickly slamming into the front of the Tahoe. He then drove away. The rear bumper of the Saturn remained attached to the Chevy Tahoe.
Once he was back inside his vehicle, the driver placed his car in reverse and accelerated quickly slamming into the front of the Tahoe. He then drove away. The rear bumper of the Saturn remained attached to the Chevy Tahoe.
Deputies were on the lookout for the black Saturn as other reports of damage to property and an unoccupied vehicle were received.
Baldwin’s Saturn From Another Planet – Drives Sideways Too!
At approximately 10:00 p.m. patrol units were dispatched to a single-car automobile accident on Kings Highway near the intersection of Caisson Road. A black Saturn was lying on its side off the right shoulder of the eastbound roadway. The driver was apprehended and transported to a local hospital. During transport to the hospital, police say he pulled free from restraints and assaulted rescue personnel.
His next trip was a free ride to the slammer.
Christopher Trent Baldwin, age 31, of Lorenzo Drive in Stafford, was charged with Driving Under the Influence, Possession of Controlled Substances, Hit and Run with Personal Injury, Assault and Battery, Escape with Force by Prisoner, Traffic Lane Violation, Following Too Close and an Expired Rejection Sticker.
Baldwin was incarcerated at the Rappahannock Regional Jail with no bond.