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Dad Busted For DUI After Pulling Children On Sled Behind ATV; What You're Saying On Facebook

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A Spokane father was arrested after pulling children on a sled behind a 3-wheeler. The incident happened just before 8:00pm Wednesday. Spokane Police Officers responded to the 3600 block of E. Pratt to contact a citizen about an unrelated collision near that location. Their marked police vehicle was parked at the bottom of the very steep hill.

Officers reported hearing the ATV just seconds before they saw it crest the top of the hill at speeds estimated at 35 mph. 33-year-old Ramon D. Noggles was driving the 3-wheeler with an 8-year old boy and 8-year old girl sitting behind him. He was also towing a sled occupied by a 7-year old boy and a 10-year old girl.

Robin Ann Segner: what the heck are people thinking????? wow

Lisa Huffman: glad they arrested him. moron.... why would he put these kids' lives at risk????? speachless

Joan Scott: Sad for the kids involved.

Joseph Moyer: my buddies dad drove us kids around behind his 74 FORD hi boy back in the day and i was pretty sure he was under the influence (green fog) but yeah we got bumps and bruises, NO PAIN, NO FUN!!! Society today IS BEING A BIG SANDY VAG!!!

Mike Walters: No comment.

Lynda Little: When will people begin to take alcohol serious?

Nina Rochioli Lee: What an Idiot!! This guy is so lucky his children are alive! I am so sick of these dang drunks! If I was his wife, I would give him a ride... right to the courthouse to sign the divorce papers!!

Jenny Ruchert Boerding: would the guy ever have been charged with anything at all had he not KNOCKEd the POLICE car? well, there goes my fond childhood memories. few adults were sober riding snowmobiles, or pulling sleds with 4wheelers when I grew up. truly, glad... that everyone is alright(?), and people are now more aware of what is appropriate while operating machines. reading other comments, people may take alcohol seriously when they become conscious that it is a DRUG also. A LEGAL DRUG that could not be controlled or made illegal successfully back in prohibition. yeah, we never wore helmets sledding or being pulled up hills in Blue Mtns, only some drivers wore helmets snowmobiling, some.

Michele Gulliford: This guy is stupid! No regards for his kids!
Stephanie Crump: I think everyone is blowing this way out of perportion! U all assume he was drunk but one coctail or two beers puts u over the limit! Do u freak out when ur kids r going 25mph down a sledding hill. Just as dangerous. Just think about it people.

Helen Riveira Black: Stephanie you are completely off base. When children are sledding they have control over that sled (not a tube) and if a child is too young or doesn't know how to sled you DON"T send them down a hill that is too steep.....baby steps. When a... fool is towing children behind a car, ATV or anything with a motor those children don't stand a chance, there is no control for them or for any person. Stephanie how can you say this all being blown way out of control when there are two children with injuries, we don't know how bad, and I pray not bad head injuries. This guy also has license suspended....hmmm that says a lot to me about how responsible this guy is.
Mahala Collins: ya... If the kids get send to hospital after slamming into a parked car at 35 miles an hr i dont think it was taken out of control. Do u think they wuldve gone that fast w/o a atv pulling them faster? Do u think any common sense was used? Pulling kids around on a flat surface is a lil less endangering then going down a steep hill. If the dad culdnt use common sense then maybe he was too drunk/high to be the adult supervision for his kids. Or maybe his IQ needed to be higher in order to breed.

Stephanie Crump: Didnt kno kids were injured. And trust me there is know contol over a sled when there going so fast. I see it year after year kids with broken arms, legs, stiches. I cant view the video bcuz my phone wont let me. And if the children were injured badly it would have said so!
Amanda Noggles: He WAS NOT DRUNK OR HIGH!! blood tests proved that.. MOST OF THE CHARGES WERE DROPPED!! IT WAS JUST AN ACCIDENT, ACCIDENTS HAPPEN!!! I dont condone what happened, i feel for the injured boy. He is going to be fine. Yes he was probally goin too fast.. ACCIDENTS HAPPEN!! Thats why they are called "ACCIDENTS" Hasn't anyone stopped to think that the parents gave permission for their kids to get a ride? They apparently thought it was ok! IT WAS POOR JUDGEMENT ON ALL PARTIES!!!
Stephanie Crump: If any of you just saw the news update they were talking about how the sled slid out 2 the road. Nothing about the kids hittin a car let alone a police car. And no mention of a speed.

Amanda Noggles: no speed mentioned because the cop was out of his car, not anywhere near a radar!!! It was a guess on the cops part about his speed!!! It was an accident!! No drugs and no alcohol involved!!
Mahala Collins: ok why are u all yelling? Fine he wasnt drunk but that doesnt change anyones mind that he is an idiot. Accidents occur when people dont use common sense. Had they acted like an adult and realized going down a hill might be a bad idea no one wuld be hurt and no one wuld have medical bills to pay. Poor judgement have hefty consequences

Stephanie Crump: Thats good. Like i said people blowing things out of perportion.

 

 

 

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