Off-duty cop charged in deadly DUI was driving 73-75 mph before crash: prosecutors

BREAKING: The off-duty Chicago police officer charged in a deadly DUI accident over the weekend was speeding between 73 to 75 mph before he slammed into a South Side restaurant, killing a 35-year-old woman inside, prosecutors say.

Off-duty cop charged in deadly DUI was driving 73-75 mph before crash: prosecutors

Terrance Finley, 24, was ordered held in lieu of $40,000 bail on reckless homicide and aggravated DUI charges.


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  1. Way too many cops are alcoholics.

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  2. Amazing how they promote no texiting while driving, handsfree cell talking, wearing seatbelts and having a designated driver. Yet for them, they are oblivious to the rules for EVERYONE! Not just for those that aren’t peace officers 🤦🏻‍♂️

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  3. Sad and condolences to the victim

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  4. My prayers and condolences to the victim and her family.

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  5. Try playing both worlds good and bad he f#@× both both real good.

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  6. He’s A TOOL of Destruction To OUR Black Women….HowTF You Gonna Randomly KILL A Woman Who Just Graduated Nursing and was Bettering Her Life???!!

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  7. Prayers for him and his family and the victim’s family

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  8. You do realize he will get away with it after all its Chicago

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  9. Barely over the legal limit. Hardly an alcoholic. Where are the pictures of the car that cut him off. Yes it’s a tragedy that the lady died. But barely over the legal limit.

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  10. I wonder if they would name the suspect’s profession if they were a teacher, lawyer, doctor, nurse, fireman, plumber, carpenter, salesman, or electrician? 🤔

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  11. Jail him for 20 years. This is murder. Alcohol is poison and the cause of half of all societal problems

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  12. It always ends with a drunk driver walking away with mild injuries; the innocent victim(s) usually dies! It’s devastating this woman had just begun a new career, had two kids and now her family is planning her funeral. This can’t be labeled a mistake or an accident! When you drink, and then go driving you intentionally know you can do full harm!

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