Man Arrested After Driving 35 Miles With Wife on the Hood

Posted By Thomas V. Wallin || 3-Mar-2011

Christopher Carroll, 36, was arrested for attempted murder and suspicion of driving under the influence of drugs.

According to KGO AM 810, Carroll was allegedly under the influence of drugs including methamphetamines when he was pulling out of his drive way. Carroll’s wife attempted to stop him from leaving and jumped on the hood of the vehicle but got stuck.  Carroll then proceeded to drive for 35 miles at speed up to 100 mph as his wife held on until she fell off onto the highway. The wife was taken to the hospital for treatment while Carroll has been arrested and may also face charges of kidnapping and spousal abuse.

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