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3 years in jail for man accused in cruiser crashes

SALEM (AP) – A man accused of crashing into three police cars during a March pursuit has been sentenced to three years in jail.

Salem police say when 30-year-old Luis Figueroa led police on a chase, crashing into cars and injuring two police officers, he violated terms of parole and probation on two previous convictions. ...

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SALEM (AP) – A man accused of crashing into three police cars during a March pursuit has been sentenced to three years in jail.

Salem police say when 30-year-old Luis Figueroa led police on a chase, crashing into cars and injuring two police officers, he violated terms of parole and probation on two previous convictions.

Figueroa, of Salem, was sentenced last month to a year in prison for violating the terms of parole for a drug conviction. On Wednesday, he got another two years for violating probation connected to multiple charges. His lawyer, Hank Brennan, asked a judge for a six-month sentence.

Figueroa is in Rockingham County Jail on $1.5 million bail in connection with the police chase. One officer suffered a concussion while another had a strained neck after the crashes.