Patriots’ linebacker Brandon Spikes’ car found abandoned on I-495

Patriots’ linebacker Brandon Spikes’ car found abandoned on I-495

A car registered to Patriots' linebacker Brandon Spikes was found abandoned on an interstate in Foxborough in the early hours of Sunday morning, Massachusetts State Police Department revealed.

Police said that investigators reached out to Spikes, and at least one charge could be made against the linebackers in the case.

At around 3:30 a.m. on last Sunday, officers responded to a report that there was an abandoned car in the median of Interstate-495 (I-495). A representative of OnStar navigation system also told police that driver of the vehicle had hit a deer.

Police spokesman David Procopio said that the vehicle, a 2011 Mercedes Maybach, was found with a damaged front. But officers didn't find any deer at the scene.

Procopio added that a short time later police responded to a report of a Nissan Murano being hit by another vehicle. The second incident occurred on the same interstate where Spikes' abandoned car was found.

All three occupants of the Nissan Murano, a 51-year-old man, a 32-year-old woman, and a 12-year-old boy, were rushed to an area hospital for examination and treatment. They suffered minor injuries.

Police haven't filed charges as no connection has yet been established between the two incidents. An investigation is underway.

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