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15-Mar-2020 07:27

"(He) told me he asked (his daughter) about the situation and she responded that she never saw the police officer until she was pulled over ...

Later in the interview he explained that (his daughter) told him the trooper asked how she liked having a gun pointed at her, which really made him angry." The woman later explained to Christensen that she had been at baseball practice on April 15 when she received a call from her father that their house had been broken into. 12, the woman said "she noticed police lights in her rearview mirror near Halfway Road and immediately pulled over." After she was handcuffed by Wagner, the woman said "she was confused and scared and kept telling the officer that she was sorry but added her house had just been robbed so she was trying to make it home.

Wagner has been placed on paid administrative leave pending an internal investigation by MSP that is ongoing.

In a statement issued Wednesday, officials at MSP's Coldwater Post, where Wagner is stationed, said: "The video associated with this traffic stop clearly shows actions by the trooper that are not consistent with department policy.

Wagner tells the woman, "I chased you for two miles with my lights and sirens at almost 80 mph. Mc Donough considered whether to authorize charges of felonious assault and conduct unbecoming a public official against Wagner, but ultimately decided his handling of the traffic stop did not warrant criminal charges.

Wagner did say that after he clocked the woman's car at 77 mph he observed in his mirror that the car "appeared to continue accelerating" and never braked "as virtually every vehicle on the road will immediately brake after passing a fully marked patrol car in broad daylight." Wagner said that after he began pursuing the woman's Pontiac, it initially did not slow down and was traveling at more than 80 mph.

That's according to a written statement Wagner provided to Detective 1 Lt. April 15 when he spotted the woman's eastbound red Pontiac, which he clocked on radar going 77 mph in a 55 mph zone, according to the report.

Chuck Christensen after Christensen informed Wagner he was under investigation for allegations of excessive force. In-car video from Wagner's cruiser shows him doing a U-turn to catch up with the Pontiac.

MORE: "When he asked if she enjoyed having a gun pointed at her I became sick to my stomach," Mc Donough wrote. I do not want Trooper Wagner to have the opportunity to do anything like this again and certainly not in St.

Joseph County." Attempts by the Kalamazoo Gazette to reach Wagner through his union, the Michigan State Police Troopers Association, were unsuccessful.

Wagner did say that after he clocked the woman's car at 77 mph he observed in his mirror that the car "appeared to continue accelerating" and never braked "as virtually every vehicle on the road will immediately brake after passing a fully marked patrol car in broad daylight." Wagner said that after he began pursuing the woman's Pontiac, it initially did not slow down and was traveling at more than 80 mph.

That's according to a written statement Wagner provided to Detective 1 Lt. April 15 when he spotted the woman's eastbound red Pontiac, which he clocked on radar going 77 mph in a 55 mph zone, according to the report.

Chuck Christensen after Christensen informed Wagner he was under investigation for allegations of excessive force. In-car video from Wagner's cruiser shows him doing a U-turn to catch up with the Pontiac.

MORE: "When he asked if she enjoyed having a gun pointed at her I became sick to my stomach," Mc Donough wrote. I do not want Trooper Wagner to have the opportunity to do anything like this again and certainly not in St.

Joseph County." Attempts by the Kalamazoo Gazette to reach Wagner through his union, the Michigan State Police Troopers Association, were unsuccessful.

The statement is included in a nine-page report by Christensen obtained by the Kalamazoo Gazette under the Michigan Freedom of Information Act. The driver pulls over to the shoulder about 45 seconds after Wagner made the U-turn and about 35 seconds after he activated his lights and siren.