Cop Speeds at 113 Miles to “Issue Ticket,” Rams Into 69-Yr-Old Woman and Kills Her

BEAVER MEADOWS, PA — Officer Steven Homanko was charged this morning with homicide, after taking the life of an innocent woman while speeding in his police cruiser at over 110 miles per hour.

The incident began when Officer Homanko, 26 yrs old, observed one vehicle passing another vehicle, according to reports.

He believed that the manner in which the pass occurred was “illegal” and thus deserving of a traffic ticket, according to reports.

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Police only get paychecks if they generate a sufficient amount of tickets and arrests per month. These are known as quotas, and are implicitly or explicitly a matter of standard operating procedure.

The money generated from these tickets lines the pockets of the political class, and much of it then used to further oppress the population in the form of beefed up militarization, new private prisons, drone programs, surveillance cameras, and other mechanisms of control.

Officer Homanko evidently felt that it was so important to give the vehicle a ticket that he began speeding at an unbelievable 113 miles per hour to catch the motorist, according to reports.

While he doing so, he then struck Carola Sauers, an innocent 69-yr-old woman who was simply driving with her husband at the time. They never expected what was about to happen.

Her husband, Michael Sauers, was critically injured — he lost the love of his life, all because a police officer apparently wanted to drive at warp speeds to ticket somebody for an alleged “traffic violation.”

Officer Homanko’s vehicle rammed into the Sauers. He has been charged with aggravated by assault by vehicle, involuntary manslaughter, reckless endangerment, reckless driving, and careless driving.

Carola Sauers was pronounced dead at St. Luke’s Hospital in Bethlehem.

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Officer Homanko was placed on administrative leave after killing her, and has since been set free on $100,000 unsecured bail.

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