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Drunk college student crashes into cop car while taking topless selfie

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20-year-old Miranda Kay Rader, who crashed her Acura SUV into a patrol car while drunkenly taking a nude snapchat photo.
20-year-old Miranda Kay Rader, who crashed her Acura SUV into a patrol car while drunkenly taking a nude snapchat photo.


Anyone who says they never did anything stupid when they were young is lying to you.  However one Texas A&M freshman used up all the stupid allotted to any one individual in a single lifetime in one night.

20-year-old Miranda Kay Rader was arrested Wednesday night after slamming into the back of a police car while taking topless selfies of herself while driving.  Worse, she was doing all of this while drunk, and under the legal drinking age.

Bryan Police Officer John Sartell was responding to a disturbance call in the area when he heard “a vehicle braking hard,” when he turned and saw an Acura SUV crash into his parked patrol car, according to MySanAntonio.

When Sartell approached Rader’s SUV, he noticed she was topless.

“I asked her why she was not dressed while driving and she stated that she was taking a Snapchat photo to send to her boyfriend while she was at the red light,” Sartell said in the affidavit.  She was attempting to put her bra and blouse on when he got to her vehicle.

Rader had an open bottle of wine in the car and told Sartell that she had been drinking at a friend’s house.  After failing sobriety tests, Rader was taken to the hospital to have her blood drawn before heading to jail.

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2 COMMENTS

  1. It’s bad reporting because we were supposed to stop name calling Junior High. The repeated use of the word stupid makes the writer seem jealous. A young lady had dine alcohol in her vehicle and read ended a cup car. It’s only funny because she is an Aggie.

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