tags: Timeline May 2014, Deliberate Accidents, police targeted, traitor attack, Naked Terrorism, expensive car = $25,000 new 2014 Toyota Tacoma, time warp, retired plumber, ridiculous cover story, suicide mission
May 29, 2014 Florida Driving While Terrorist Deliberately HIts New York Trooper On a New York highway, police believe retired plumber Florida driver Almond Upton deliberately swerved his brand new $25,000 Toyota Tacoma pickup truck into state trooper Christopher Skinner who was standing at a traffic stop on Interstate 81 near Binghamton at noon. He has been charged with murder. Upton was captured after a police dog tracked him into nearby woods, where he was found naked. Upton told police he was driving to Connecticut to visit his mother, and told reports he blamed the crash on a "time warp"
Counter-Conspiracy theory: Author immediately suspected this was deliberate when first appeared in the press. He could be a patsy fall guy for whoever sent him on this suicide / certain arrest mission.
Similar case - LAPD killed by car which followed a pursuit and deliberately hit the car in conspiracy with the driver of the car being pursued.
Tipton and his fiancee were surprised when they received a phone call Thursday night from a reporter, who told them their neighbor was accused of hitting and killing a New York state trooper....
Upton, 60, is being held in the Broome County Jail on one count of first-degree murder in connection with the death of Trooper Christopher Skinner.
Around noon Thursday, Skinner was outside his patrol vehicle during a traffic stop on Interstate 81 north between Chenango Bridge and Castle Creek when he was hit by a white 2014 Toyota Tacoma driven by Upton.
When he emerged from court Thursday, Upton spoke to reporters and blamed the incident on a "time warp."
Almond Upton retired in 2009 as a plumber at the University of Connecticut, where he had worked for 31 years.
, was charged in 2008 with driving under the influence in Florida. At the time, Upton told a Florida police officer he was "having a rough time in his life" after drunkenly stumbling into a store to buy a scratch-off lottery ticket, according to the Binghamton newspaper. Upton refused to take a field sobriety test. When asked why, Upton told the sheriff's deputy "when I was arrested for DUI in Connecticut I wouldn't do them there either," the newspaper reported.
Upton pleaded no-contest to the first-degree misdemeanor DUI charge, according to Clay County court records. He was sentenced to one year probation, fined $1,000 and his driver's license was revoked for six months.