The family of an Albuquerque Police officer is suing Thomas Stavros for a crash that left Officer Raymond Loomis permanently injured.
It’s been over two years since the crash took place and officer Loomis is still suffering. The initial report stated that Stavros hit officer Loomis who was riding his motorcycle on a state highway. After colliding with officer Loomis, Stavros then fled the scene without checking on the officer. As a result of the crash, officer Loomis sustained life-changing injuries and is in constant pain. He was taken to a local hospital where he was unconscious for about 10 days. The family says in total, officer Loomis was in the hospital for about a month.
Thomas Stavros was eventually identified and arrested for the crash. Thomas Stavros spent only nine months behind bars. He is now a free man and enjoying the benefits of society. A Bernalillo County District Judge sentenced Thoms Stavros to serve 5 years on probation and he may only serve 3 years. In light of Stavros’ release, the Loomis Estate has decided to sue Thoms Stavros and his wife for negligence for the crash. The Loomis family says they have spent over $600,000 on medical bills. A date has not been set for the start of the trial in civil court. As information is released, we will provide updates on the story.
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