Porsche Crash Case: Teen’s Mother Arrested

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Porsche Crash Case: Teen’s Mother Arrested

| Updated: June 1, 2024 16:50

Probe has confirmed that minor's blood samples were replaced with those of his mother

In a significant development in the Porsche crash case, the Pune police have arrested the mother of the teen who is accused of running over two people while driving the luxury car. 

The mother swapped her blood sample with her son’s in order to prove that her son wasn’t drunk when the accident occurred, police said.

Commissioner of Police Amitesh Kumar said the accident investigation has revealed that the minor’s blood samples were replaced with those of his mother.

Two techies were killed on May 19 in Pune’s Kalyani Nagar after a Porsche allegedly being driven by the drunk minor rammed into their two-wheeler.

While the 17-year-old minor has been sent to an observation home, his father and grandfather have been arrested for allegedly kidnapping the family’s driver and putting pressure on him to take the blame.

Cover-up attempts

The investigation revealed several efforts by the influential family to cover up the crime. They first tried to convince their family driver to take the blame offering him cash. When he refused, they kidnapped him and kept forcing him to confess.

There were also irregularities in the 17-year-old’s medical examination at the state-run Sassoon Hospital. A three-member committee, headed by Dr Pallavi Sapale, dean of Mumbai-based Grants Medical College, has been appointed to look into the matter.

The teen’s mother had earlier appeared in a video message in which she had said that a viral video purportedly featuring her son was fake. She had also appealed to the police to “protect” her son and broke down on camera.

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