Kokomo man who hit police car while texting and driving drunk pleads guilty

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Mug shot: Reyshon Holloway

KOKOMO, Ind. (September 30, 2015) – A Kokomo man has pleaded guilty to resisting arrest and battery after crashing his SUV into a police car while he was intoxicated.

On April 10, Reyshon Holloway, 20, Kokomo, told investigators he’d been texting on his cell phone while behind the wheel when he crashed his SUV into a police car.

Police say when they approached him he tries to flee and resisted arrest. In the process, one officer was injured.

Officers at the scene arrested him on several charges including operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated, possession of marijuana with intent to deal, resisting law enforcement and battery on a police officer. He was also cited for texting while driving and operating a vehicle without financial responsibility.

Holloway was sentenced to 18 months in prison – 64 days of that time is served and the rest is supervised probation.

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