DISTRICT ATTORNEY TO REVIEW CHARGES OF RECKLESS DRIVING, HIT-AND-RUN DURING YUCCA VALLEY PROTEST

DISTRICT ATTORNEY TO REVIEW CHARGES OF RECKLESS DRIVING, HIT-AND-RUN DURING YUCCA VALLEY PROTEST

The District Attorney’s office will review a case of reckless driving and hit-and-run during the Women’s March protest in Yucca Valley Saturday. According to a Sheriff’s report, Chris Kallgren of Yucca Valley was standing near the curb on Highway 62 near Old Woman Springs Road about 11 a.m. holding a sign when she says she was hit in the hand by the passenger-side mirror of a van, being driven westbound by Glen Goslaw, 71, of Landers. Goslaw turned north on Old Woman Springs Road, and then eastbound onto the frontage road and stopped near the protesters. Neither Kallgren, Goslaw, or his passenger approached each other. After a few minutes, Goslaw drove off. Although Kallgren had no visible injuries, she complained of pain to her hand, but denied medical attention. Deputies located Goslaw near Old Woman Springs Road and Moonstone Road in Yucca Valley. Goslaw told deputies that the protesters were hitting his van and he was unaware his van’s mirror had hit Kallgren. Chris Kallgren requested charges of reckless driving and hit-and-run be filed against Glen Goslaw. The case has been forwarded to the District Attorney’s office for review.

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6 comments to DISTRICT ATTORNEY TO REVIEW CHARGES OF RECKLESS DRIVING, HIT-AND-RUN DURING YUCCA VALLEY PROTEST

  • oc4boxer

    The MAGA hat and grin don’t make them look totally guilty or anything…

  • oc4boxer

    Also, I just want to say I’m disappointed that this is the first coverage I’ve seen of the event from Z107.7. Regardless of which side of the political spectrum people are on, a protest that can draw a crowd of 100+ people in this area is very newsworthy.

    • Plebbeta

      Sorry, do you mean 100+ people were there or that a protest could, theoretically, be over 100 people? I work near the intersection where this particular protest was and I never saw nearly that amount of people. Not even half that amount. I could have missed a 15 minute window where a few busses pulled up, unloaded, and a large group of people let out one chant then loaded back and left, but that seems unlikely and pointless.

    • Z107.7 News

      Perhaps you should have checked before you made your criticism. Here is the story that ran Friday, January 20th:

      RALLY IN YUCCA VALLEY TOMORROW
      The Morongo Basin Democratic Club will hold a rally Saturday in support of the Women’s March on Washington, D.C. The rally is set for 10 to 2 at the corner of Old Woman Springs Road and Highway 62 in Yucca Valley. Some signs will be available, or bring your own. Participants may also choose to wear pink hats in solidarity with the marchers.

  • micah

    Hi Desert Star says the crowd was around 100 too. But since an anonymous person who works at an unspecified nearby location says there were far less people than that, I suppose this will be good enough for the Fox/Breitbart crowd who won’t be fooled by the lame stream media. I know it’s hard to believe there are as many as 100 dirty liberals in this hi desert, but don’t forget your still in California.

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