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Goose Creek, S.C. police arrest Navy motorcyclist on multiple charges

Goose Creek, S.C. police arrest Navy motorcyclist on multiple charges
Goose Creek, S.C. police arrest Navy motorcyclist on multiple chargesPhotoblog.com

After Goose Creek police finished charging local Navy man Daniel Harrison, 24, with six moving violations associated with a sport bike joy-ride, it’s pretty likely Navy officials added a few charges of their own.

Joint Base Charleston has specific rules regarding motorcycles, including a mandatory on-base safety course.

Harrison, in an attempt to elude police during a reckless joy-ride early Tuesday morning, lost control of his bike and crashed on Snake Road.

Speeding was about the only thing Harrison was not charged with after his on-street antics landed him in a heap; reckless driving, (popping wheelies), failure to stop for blue lights, no insurance, illegal transportation of liquor (likely an open container), violations of a beginner’s permit, failure to register a motor vehicle, and improper use of a license plate were the initial charges.

Wearing no helmet (which is not illegal in South Carolina), Harrison sustained only minor injuries and was treated and released at a local hospital after the chase and prior to being booked.

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