“Fatal Car Chase Involving Dejuan Mitchell Ends in Tragic Crash”

By | July 18, 2023



The Charles County Sheriff’s Office in Maryland recently released dashboard camera footage of a deadly car chase that occurred last month. The incident began when officers responded to a call about a woman being assaulted by a man and a possible carjacking in Waldorf. When they arrived at the scene, they found the woman on the ground as her car was being driven out of the parking lot. The officers attempted to pull over the stolen car, but the driver, identified as 34-year-old Dejuan Mitchell, refused to stop.

The chase ensued, with Mitchell eventually losing control of the car, hitting a grass median, and colliding with a dump truck on Mattawoman-Beantown Road. Unfortunately, Mitchell died at the scene. The dump truck driver was injured and taken to the hospital, along with the assaulted woman.

Fortunately, no officers were injured during the chase. The dash camera video released by the Sheriff’s Office does not show the actual crash but clearly depicts the aftermath. The footage serves as a reminder of the dangers law enforcement officers face while trying to apprehend suspects.

Authorities are urging anyone with additional information about the incident to contact the Office of the Attorney General’s Independent Investigations Division. The release of the footage aims to provide transparency and gather any additional evidence or witness testimonies that could assist in the investigation.

In a separate incident, a Boba food truck in DC faced criticism on Reddit after viral photos showed workers using water to clean the floors. The owners of the food truck have come under fire for their cleaning practices, and the incident has sparked a discussion about food safety and hygiene standards in the industry.

Overall, these incidents highlight the importance of accountability and public scrutiny in both law enforcement and the food service sector..