Man charged with wrong-way crash and hitting Wyoming officers on U.S. 131

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WYOMING, Mich. – A man was formally charged Monday after driving the wrong-way on U.S. 131 last week, hitting a Wyoming police car.

Scott Kloosterman, 60, was charged with Operating While Intoxicated, 3rd offense, for the crash early Friday morning.

Two Wyoming police officers suffered minor injuries in the crash.  The officers pulled their patrol car across lanes of northbound U.S. 131 at 54th Street and Kloosterman’s vehicle is seen hitting the police head-on, while traveling southbound.

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7 comments

  • Sick of Lazy Prosecutors

    Just wait for it … the prosecutor will drop the charge to jaywalking or something else, because the 3rd Offence DUI is too much work.

  • JERRY

    why is the drunk p o s still around bring him 10 miles out into lake mi with bricks tied to his feet toss him over board if he makes it back to land hang him before he does it once more driving drunk

    • Tara

      That’s a horrible thing to say. He used to be my neighbor and was actually an amazing man. Clearly, he made a very bad choice.

  • Iamct01

    Too bad they can’t get him with vehicle used as a weapon for hitting the officers. Does not look like he sent out to do harm.

  • JERRY

    YOUR RIGHT THE prosecutor IN KENT CO IS WORTHLESS ALL HE KNOWS IS PLEA DEAL MAKING HE COULD NOT FIND A DOG GUILTY OF TAKING A CRAP ON THE GRASS HES LAZY AND VERY POOR AT HIS JOB

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