Multiple Vehicle Crash In Titusville Leads To Three Arrests, Stolen Vehicle
By Space Coast Daily // December 29, 2017
Michael Ryan Bradshaw, 21, arrested
BREVARD COUNTY • TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA – Titusville Police have arrested a 21-year-old suspect after he left the scene of a crash that involved a stolen vehicle Friday morning.
Michael Ryan Bradshaw, 21, of Titusville, was charged with Leaving the Scene of a Traffic Crash with Property Damage, Driving While License Suspended with Knowledge and Violation of Probation.
Two juvenile suspects were also arrested.
Police responded to the multiple vehicle crash around 10:20 a.m. and the investigation has revealed that a stolen white 2015 Nissan Altima and a 1993 dark gray Cadillac Sedan were headed westbound on Park Ave. when the juvenile driver in the Cadillac struck the rear end of the Nissan Altima.
“The collision caused both vehicles to lose control, subsequently striking a 2017 white Jeep Cherokee and a 2005 dark gray Ford F-150 truck,” said a Titusville Police spokesperson.
Investigators say Michael Ryan Bradshaw, operating the Nissan Altima, fled the traffic crash scene on foot, one juvenile suspect in the Cadillac fled the scene in the vehicle, while the other juvenile suspect fled the scene on foot.
Police say minutes later, officers located the Cadillac in the area of Watrous Dr. and Barna Ave., then conducted a traffic stop on the suspect’s vehicle.
The juvenile suspect, who was driving, was taken into custody without incident. The other juvenile suspect was quickly located on Bobbi Lane and arrested by police after he fled the traffic crash scene.
Within a few hours, investigative leads helped detectives locate the the male suspect who was arrested without incident at a residence on Putter Court.
Charges are pending for the two juvenile suspects, according to a Titusville Police spokesperson.
Bradshaw was booked into the Brevard County Jail.
All suspects were transported to a local hospital for precautionary purposes. There were no other injuries.
The Brevard County Sheriff’s Office says they conducting a separate investigation in reference to the stolen vehicle.
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