Arrests Made for Reckless Riding

Richmond Police Charge Three

WRVA News
August 06, 2020 - 9:47 am
Richmond Police arrest three for reckless riding. The three were riding off-road vehicles in the area of the Lee Monument. (Photo Credit: Richmond Police)

(Photo Credit: Richmond Police)

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(RICHMOND, Va.) -- On Tuesday night, officers were notified of vehicles being operated recklessly throughout the city, including four-wheel off-road vehicles.  The Police Department has also recently received calls regarding reckless driving around the Lee Monument. Three individuals were arrested in connection to reckless driving.

One individual struck a vehicle after driving into the intersection of Semmes and Cowarding Avenues without stopping.

Kendell Bright has been charged with reckless driving, driving on a suspended license and operating an All-Terrain Vehicle on the roadway.

Jaylend Powell has been charged with attempt to elude, reckless driving, operative an All-Terrain Vehicle on the roadway and fleeing scene of accident.

Andrew Logan has been charged with reckless driving, driving on a revoked operator's license and open alcohol container.

Richmond Police would like to remind everyone that it is against state law to operate unregistered and/or off-road vehicles on a public roadway. When driven recklessly, these vehicles put the public at risk and can cause serious injuries. 

Richmond Police arrest three for reckless riding. The three were riding off-road vehicles in the area of the Lee Monument. (Photo Credit: Richmond Police)
(Photo Credit: Richmond Police)
Richmond Police arrest three for reckless riding. The three were riding off-road vehicles in the area of the Lee Monument. (Photo Credit: Richmond Police)
(Photo Credit: Richmond Police)
Richmond Police arrest three for reckless riding. The three were riding off-road vehicles in the area of the Lee Monument. (Photo Credit: Richmond Police)
(Photo Credit: Richmond Police)
Richmond Police arrest three for reckless riding. The three were riding off-road vehicles in the area of the Lee Monument. (Photo Credit: Richmond Police)
(Photo Credit: Richmond Police)