Driver Causes $17,000 In Damage Following Traffic Accident - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

8/15/05

Driver Causes $17,000 In Damage Following Traffic Accident

$17,000 worth of damage, that's what Lubbock Police say one man caused when he ran into a traffic signal at the intersection of 50th and Quaker.

Lubbock Police say Dru Kent Dement was drunk when he hit a traffic signal and drove into a utility pole at the intersection of 50th and quaker, just before midnight. The 24-year-old is now behind bars, charged with DWI.

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