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Old 05-12-2008, 06:31 PM   #1
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Conroe motorcycle wreck

This story is so sad. The man driving the truck shouldn't have been driving. He had a warrant for driving while intoxicated. Prayers for his children and his wife!


CONROE- A motorcycle driver was killed and his passenger was critically injured around 6:27 p.m. Sunday when police say an intoxicated driver allegedly turned his pickup truck directly in their path, making a collision unavoidable on FM 2854 at Loop 336.

Both motorcycle riders were ejected and the 33-year-old male driver was pronounced dead on the scene, with the 35-year-old female flown by Life Flight air ambulance to Memorial Hermann Hospital in Houston’s Texas Medical Center in extremely critical condition according to Conroe Police Officer Jeff Smith.

The pickup’s driver, 57-year-old Harold Schmidt of Onalaska, allegedly fled the scene and was found by police hiding behind a tree about 200 yards from the accident scene, according to Sgt. Mike Tindall.

Schmidt was arrested and charged with intoxication manslaughter, intoxication assault and failure to stop and render aid. Smith said Schmidt had an outstanding warrant for driving while intoxicated.

“He had the odor of alcohol on his breath,” Smith said. “He did not cooperate with officers.”

Schmidt refused to allow alcohol testing on the scene and was transported to Conroe Regional Medical Center for a mandatory blood draw, Smith said.

Precinct 2 Justice of the Peace Trey Spikes conducted the inquest and had Metcalf Funeral Directors transport the remains to the Southeast Texas Forensic Center in Conroe for an autopsy.

Identities of the victims were not available as of press time pending notification of next of kin.
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This story is so sad. The man driving the truck shouldn't have been driving. He had a warrant for driving while intoxicated. Prayers for his children and his wife!


CONROE- A motorcycle driver was killed and his passenger was critically injured around 6:27 p.m. Sunday when police say an intoxicated driver allegedly turned his pickup truck directly in their path, making a collision unavoidable on FM 2854 at Loop 336.

Both motorcycle riders were ejected and the 33-year-old male driver was pronounced dead on the scene, with the 35-year-old female flown by Life Flight air ambulance to Memorial Hermann Hospital in Houston’s Texas Medical Center in extremely critical condition according to Conroe Police Officer Jeff Smith.

The pickup’s driver, 57-year-old Harold Schmidt of Onalaska, allegedly fled the scene and was found by police hiding behind a tree about 200 yards from the accident scene, according to Sgt. Mike Tindall.

Schmidt was arrested and charged with intoxication manslaughter, intoxication assault and failure to stop and render aid. Smith said Schmidt had an outstanding warrant for driving while intoxicated.

“He had the odor of alcohol on his breath,” Smith said. “He did not cooperate with officers.”

Schmidt refused to allow alcohol testing on the scene and was transported to Conroe Regional Medical Center for a mandatory blood draw, Smith said.

Precinct 2 Justice of the Peace Trey Spikes conducted the inquest and had Metcalf Funeral Directors transport the remains to the Southeast Texas Forensic Center in Conroe for an autopsy.

Identities of the victims were not available as of press time pending notification of next of kin.
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that what me off full arm of the law against driver

rip to rider and prayers for the passenger
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Old 05-12-2008, 06:36 PM   #4
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Read some of the comments from where it was posted on this other website and the family of the man that caused this is setting up a benifit for the children.
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well I don't think his new prison friends will enjoy the fact that he killed a motorcyclist. RIP to the man and prayers sent to the family and passenger
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Old 05-12-2008, 06:47 PM   #6
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Would anyone be interested in doing a benifit ride to help the 2 boys that he left behind?
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like this makes me wish they'd bring back stoning.... Using beer bottles on this sorry of course.
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Old 05-12-2008, 06:51 PM   #8
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Man i'd like to buy someone in jail a carton or two of cigrette's to have fun @ rec. time !!
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well I don't think his new prison friends will enjoy the fact that he killed a motorcyclist. RIP to the man and prayers sent to the family and passenger
Too bad they'll never know. Even the majority of the guards in the prisons are kept in the dark on what each inmate is in for, for that very reason.

Very tragic accident

Thoughts go out to the families of each party. I hope the man realizes all the trouble and hurt he has caused and suffers greatly because of it.
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this sounds just like the motorcycle wreck a cpd officer got in. i think he was cpd. maybe a dps trooper. he was riding with his wife and was hit by a truck. he was instantly killed, and his wife was put into a coma or something. their 2 kids have a foundation set up for them. i see the donation flier for the foundation every day at work. i work in mont. county jail.
it was a pretty sad story. i had been riding for a little while to work when this happened. everyone was suddenly like 'oh man. be so careful out there. people will try to kill you' etc... my wife sure didnt like hearing about it.
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RIP to his family..prayers for the other rider. Senseless.
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Too bad they'll never know. Even the majority of the guards in the prisons are kept in the dark on what each inmate is in for, for that very reason.
There really aren't many secrets in prison, it may take a while but most will know.

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There really aren't many secrets in prison, it may take a while but most will know.
You work for a prison? The rule is there for a reason. Unless the idiot tells someone why he's there(which happens), it should be left unknown.
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Wow. What a sad story. Be safe out there people.
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Old 05-12-2008, 10:31 PM   #18
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Old 05-12-2008, 10:36 PM   #19
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This is the same wreck I posted about yesterday that I saw. I saw the dead man on the road. It was the most awful thing ever. This has now been posted in 3 threads, I think. Very tragic. RIP.
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thats a sorry excuse of a human, i know we all make errors through out our lives but this is an all time low
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