A D.C. firefighter was among those arrested for riding an ATV on D.C. streets last Sunday.
Large groups of ATVs and dirt bikes were spotted Sunday snarling traffic in several locations including Georgetown, Washington Circle and the Wharf.
D.C. police arrested an ATV rider they say recorded an officer falling off his bike while pursuing a group of ATV riders over the weekend.
About 14 acres would be cleared for a groomed trail that members of a dirt bike trail riding club in Prince William County could use.
Don’t assume that another driver has called 911 about dangerous drivers or ATVs. Police say if your calls help determine where officers will patrol.
“It’s happening all over the place,” said Mike Johnston, owner of the Maryland shop Ellicott City Motorsports, which was hit twice in a 10-day span. “It’s a huge inconvenience.”
The struggle for area police departments is that rarely do the riders pull over. Officers are limited in what they can do to stop the engine-revving, wheelie-popping gangs.
Prince George’s County police say around 100 riders took bikes that weren’t authorized to be on the streets engaged in what is being called reckless behavior, including driving on the sidewalk. See video.
D.C. police are ramping up enforcement against ATV drivers on city streets, a problem which tends to escalate as the weather gets warmer.
The Frederick County Sheriff’s Office says a Baltimore County man killed in all-terrain vehicle crash last week wasn’t wearing a helmet when he crashed into a tree.
An ATV crashed head-on into an SUV Monday afternoon in Frederick County, Maryland, leaving one ATV rider dead and another critically hurt.
The driver of an ATV suspected of performing dangerous stunts in District Heights, Maryland, in front of a police officer has been charged, and so has the man police believe filmed the stunts.
A recently posted video of an ATV rider dangerously performing stunts on a busy Maryland highway is a reminder of the danger facing local drivers.
A commercial ambulance crew told the Department of Health they were swarmed by about 30 ATV and motorcycle riders on March 23 on Michigan Avenue near North Capitol Street.
Police have recovered the ATV, and also have an image of a person of interest.
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