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Texas Man Left to Bleed to Death in Windshield

Discussion in 'TRIBE Main Forum' started by Guest, Mar 7, 2002.

  1. Guest

    Guest Guest

    This is just fucked up:

    FORT WORTH, Texas (Reuters) - A Texas nurse's aid faces murder charges after hitting a man as she drove and then letting him bleed to death over two to three days while he was trapped in her car's windshield, police said on Thursday.

    Gregory Glen Biggs, 37, was hurled headfirst through the windshield by the impact, his broken legs lying across the car's hood, Fort Worth police spokesman Lt. Jesse Hernandez said.

    Chante Mallard, 25, told investigators she panicked after hitting the man on a Fort Worth highway near her home one night last October. She drove to her house, parked the car in her garage and ignored his pleas for help, police said.

    Biggs, who lived in a city homeless shelter, died of blood loss and shock over the course of two to three days, according to the coroner's report. He probably would have survived with medical attention, police said.

    Mallard was arrested on Wednesday after police received a tip in the investigation that started with the discovery of Biggs' body in a park, where it was apparently dumped after he died.

    "I'm going to have to come up with a new word. Indifferent isn't enough. Cruel isn't enough to say. Heartless? Inhumane? Maybe we've just redefined inhumanity here," Tarrant County Assistant District Attorney Richard Alpert told the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, which first reported the arrest.

    Mallard told police she had been drinking and taking the drug Ecstasy before the accident.

    Police said a search of Mallard's home found the car still in the garage with the windshield broken and blood and hair evidence intact.
  2. Lurch

    Lurch TRIBE Member

    Damn raving nurses!!! :eek:
  3. sugar

    sugar TRIBE Member

    Last night, Timo and I were discussing the potential effects of treating people with Anti-social Personality Disorder (a.k.a. Psychopaths) with MDMA.

    If in fact this woman had taken "ecstasy' that actually contained MDMA, I highly doubt the result of the accident would've been the same.
  4. Boo

    Boo TRIBE Member

    Thats fucked! A nurse's aid too :confused:

    And E makes you more empathetic, yet she parked her car in the garage with a guy stuck in the windshield?!?

    She panicked? For 3 days?
  5. Guest

    Guest Guest

    What was she going to do with the dead body? It's not like a stone chip you can go to your mechanic to fix, it's a dead body.
  6. twist

    twist TRIBE Member

  7. mingster

    mingster TRIBE Member

    Some people are really sick.
  8. Guest

    Guest Guest

    I would love to have been a fly on the wall and watched her trip out for 3 days.

    I picture the mom from Requiem for a Dream near the end of the film.

    Poor dude stuck in the windshield. Could there possibly be a worse way to die?
  9. Guest

    Guest Guest

    So many questions. So few answers.
  10. doodlebug

    doodlebug TRIBE Member

    people are fucked

    I really don't understand how someone can go through something like this and make it turn out the way it did. Yeah, sure, it's horrible that the girl hit this poor man and I can understand how it would shock the hell out of her. But did she honestly think that, doing what she did, her problem would go away???
    Clearly the consequences to her actions are MUCH greater now with the decisions she made.....
  11. MalGlo

    MalGlo TRIBE Member

    i'm speechless.. the poor guy.. crying for help and she didn't even respond..


  12. Silverback

    Silverback TRIBE Member

    My response to that is WTF and a bunch of studdering .. (speachless works).

    There seems to be a lot of fuked up people in texas, taking in different stories from many previous years.
  13. Guest

    Guest Guest

    I guarantee you, by the way, that she will be killed by the Texas government, unless she finds some really good lawyer who can prove insanity.
  14. The Kid

    The Kid TRIBE Member

    unlikely unless they charge and convict with first degree murder.
  15. LoopeD

    LoopeD TRIBE Member

    Actually, the empathy ends when too much booze is consumed. Then you just become fucked up. Spinning around and shit, falling over - I've seen it happen and yes, it was MDMA........

    Excess of booze + E equals a bad bad night.

  16. Guest

    Guest Guest

    That is SOOOO first degree murder!! The actual accident becomes irrelevant. It's the fact that the guy was dying in her garage due to her cause as she did nothing to help him. It's equivalent to actually killing him.

    I disagree with the death penalty by the way, but I don't see how she's going to escape it.
  17. JayIsBored

    JayIsBored TRIBE Member

    cmon people!....killing the homeless doesn't incur the death penalty....the government considers it as help eliminating poverty :D
  18. air-bag

    air-bag TRIBE Member

    no airbag
  19. JayIsBored

    JayIsBored TRIBE Member

    airbags don't offer much protection for pedestrians
  20. Eclectic

    Eclectic TRIBE Member

    Are you saying if you were there you would have blocked him?

    Wouldn't that put you into the windsheild?:confused:
  21. daddyiwantchocolate

    daddyiwantchocolate TRIBE Member

    Fucking airbag broke my thumb in my car accident.

    And back to the topic, poor motherfucker. Homeless to boot.
  22. Balzz

    Balzz TRIBE Member

    Here's another article on it:

    Hit-and-run victim left for dead

    By NANCY CALAWAY / The Dallas Morning News

    FORT WORTH - A woman who hit a man with her car - and left him to die in her garage, trapped in the windshield - was charged with murder this week, police said.

    Chante Mallard, 25, of Fort Worth was released form the Tarrant County Jail after posting $10,000 bond.

    Police said she had been drinking and using the drug ecstasy one night in October when her car struck Gregory Glenn Biggs, 37, near the Loop 820 split with U.S. Highway 287.

    "Evidently, he became lodged in the window," said Lt. Jesse Hernandez. "She panicked, drove home and parked in the garage."

    Ms. Mallard then offered gruesome details of what happened next. "According to her statement, he was still alive. And she parked there and went inside, came back out and kind of apologized to him," Lt. Hernandez said. "He moaned or still had signs of life, but she just left him there and eventually he died."

    Last month, investigators said, Ms. Mallard told people at a party about the collision, and about dumping Mr. Biggs' body, after he died, in Cobb Park south of downtown.

    The October drive to her home in the 3800 block of Wilbarger Street was about four miles. Ms. Mallard had planned to burn the car to destroy the evidence, police said.

    "There was considerable physical evidence there," Lt. Jesse Hernandez said. "They found her car, blood, hair, other trace evidence. The car seats had been removed and were found in the back yard. One of the seats had been burned."

    The Tarrant County Medical Examiner said Mr. Biggs is believed to have died two or three days after the collision - from blood loss, not directly from the injuries sustained in the crash.

    "At any point in time, she could have called 911 and told someone this had happened, and she would have been in a lot less trouble than she's in now," Sgt. Jon Fahrenthold said.

    "If this isn't the worst case I've ever seen, it's right up there."

    Police said they believe other people knew Ms. Mallard had left the man to die at her home. They now hope to question those people.

    Latresa Ward, who has known Ms. Mallard since high school, said she was shocked to learn of the charge against her friend. "This is just not something that I would think Chante would do," Ms. Ward said. "She's not like that. She's very caring, she's outgoing, she's real smart, and I was just surprised."

    Narkeshia Holloway also went to school with Ms. Mallard. She speculated that her friend was probably scared. "To her family and to the victim's family, we all need to stay prayerful," Ms. Holloway said. "Chante, I love you, I am praying for you."
  23. daddyiwantchocolate

    daddyiwantchocolate TRIBE Member

  24. Guest

    Guest Guest

    Too bad nobody prayed for windshield man.
  25. SneakyPete

    SneakyPete TRIBE Member

    hahah diwc you're jokes!


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