On Monday the New England Patriots released Brandon Spikes. For the New England Patriots, Spikes was playing as the team’s linebacker. The decision by the New England Patriots to release Brandon Spike follows a recent incidence that saw Spikes car, a Mercedes Maybach was found damaged and abandoned on I-495, which is in Foxborough.
The police who attended to the incident initially indicated that they had been made aware that the driver had hit a bear by a representative of OnStar on-board navigation system while in fact it was the car’s roadside Assistance service which actually notified the police regarding the ongoing developments.
According to the police the driver of the car was not present when they arrived at the accident site. They went on further and stated that they did not find any deer as previously reported by Spikes. In addition to that reports by the state police spokesman of Massachusetts said that a short period after learning about the accident involving Spikes they also responded to a call where that was made regarding a similar issue on 1-495. This is the same area that the Mercedes-Benz that was abandoned by Spikes was also found.
The occupants of the vehicle, three of them, a man who is 51-years old and a woman who is 32 years old as well as a boy who is 12-years old, were transported to the hospital and are expected to be examined and treated.