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NY Attorney General probing cop chase that killed NYC girl

NY Attorney General probing cop chase that killed NYC girl
Monica Goods was in an SUV with her father, Tristin Goods, 39, on their way to a Christmas party near Syracuse on Dec. 22 when state troopers pulled them over for speeding on I-87 in Ulster.

xml:space="preserve"> xml:space="preserve"> The New York Attorney General’s office has opened an investigation into the upstate police chase that led to the death of an 11-year-old Brooklyn girl.(Obtained by Daily News) State police released a partial picture last week of the sequence of events, laying blame on Tristin Goods for the fatal crash.Most Read But the girl’s mother, Michelle Surrency, told the Daily News that Goods only drove off after a trooper blasted him with pepper spray.You did this for a traffic ticket,” Surrency told The News on Christmas Eve.

[More New York] Brooklyn infant dies from blow to her head — case deemed a homicide p Surrency said she learned what happened from her 12-year-old daughter who survived the crash.Monica Goods was in an SUV with her father, Tristin Goods, 39, on their way to a Christmas party near Syracuse on Dec.

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