Virginia: Coon Crashes Car After Police Chase, Mudshark Passenger Dies

Charles Martel
Daily Stormer
December 19, 2018

Tony Bennett.

And, of course, the chase was triggered by a “domestic assault.”

Could these interspecies relationships be any more predictable?


Portsmouth police have filed charges in connection to a deadly weekend crash that stemmed from a police chase.

Officers responded to a call about a domestic assault happening inside of a car on Princeton Place on Dec. 8. A car being driven by 40-year-old Tony Bennett took off when officers arrived on scene, according to police.

Police said the chase ended when Bennett crashed on Rodman and Kingman avenues.

A passenger in the car, 35-year-old Jeanne Chop, died at the hospital. Bennett was hospitalized with serious injuries following the crash.

Police said in a news release Bennett faces several charges in connection to the incident: Felony homicide, aggravated manslaughter, DUI, felony eluding, driving while revoked — 3rd or subsequent offense, no insurance, vehicle not registered and no seatbelt.

Police said Bennett had been previously wanted for assault on a law enforcement officer.

Court records show Bennett was previously charged in October after officers allegedly found him asleep at the wheel on Deep Creek Boulevard.

Officers used a taser on Bennett, who took off running before before he tripped and was taken into custody. Documents show officers found marijuana and crack cocaine in Bennett’s vehicle during that incident.

Jeanne Chop.