26.7 C
New York

Georgia cops bust trucker for falsifying logs days before crash

Published:

While investigating a multi-vehicle crash this morning, Georgia police spotted a log book violation that put a truck driver out of service.

The crash happened on Thursday, September 3, in Troup County, Georgia.

The Georgia Department of Public Safety offered few details about the multi-vehicle crash on I-85, but they did take the time to call out a truck driver involved for log book violations that occurred days earlier:

This morning, MCCD and GSP responded to a multi vehicle crash on I-85 in Troup County. During the inspection, SFC Teet noticed the driver had recorded himself off duty on 9/1 from midnight until 7:15 AM, but Teet found proof that the driver had been on duty, driving at 1:49am. The driver was placed out of service for false logs

This morning, MCCD and GSP responded to a multi vehicle crash on I-85 in Troup County. During the inspection, SFC Teet…

Posted by Georgia Department of Public Safety on Thursday, September 3, 2020
JOIN OUR NEWSLETTER

Get the hottest daily trucking news

This Week in Trucking

Videos