Kemp accident: suspect charged with assault with vehicle, resisting arrest

One arrested, two sent to hospital after accident on Kemp

WICHITA FALLS, Texas (TNN) - Wichita Falls Police Department officers arrested one man for assault with a vehicle and resisting arrest last Friday.

WFPD reports officers were called to Kemp Blvd. because of a car accident. Witnesses told police the driver of a red truck involved in the accident, Matthew Vomastek, got out of this vehicle and began to urinate in pubic.

Officers arrived and attempted to detained Vomastek. He resisted arrest and was tased and then put in handcuffs.

WF police report Vomastek had slurred speech and used profanity as officers attempted to speak with him.

After being taken to the hospital, Vomastek refused to have a blood test done so officers got a blood warrant in order to get him tested.

The driver of the other vehicle suffered a severe broken arm and laceration and the passenger suffered a severe spleen laceration that required an immediate operation.

WFPD said Vomastek initially rear-ended a car at the intersection of Call Field Road and Kemp Blvd. twice before driving away. He then crossed the median and hit the second car.

Vomastek was charged with two counts of intoxicated assault with a vehicle and one county of resisting arrest. His total bond was set at $12,500 and he has been released from the Wichita County Jail on bond.

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03/27/2020

One person was arrested and two people taken to the hospital after an accident on Kemp Blvd and Maplewood Avenue.

Multiple vehicles were involved in the accident.

A truck was involved in a hit-and-run accident by Call Field Road and Kemp Blvd. The same truck was later going the wrong way on Kemp Blvd when it hit another car.

The driver and passenger of the car were taken to the hospital with serious injuries. The jaws of life had to be used to free the driver.

The truck driver resisted arrest and was tased by officers. He was arrested under suspicion of DWI and will be taken to the hospital before being transported to the Wichita County Jail.

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