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The investigation of a fatal motorcycle accident has exposed both a federal fugitive who had been on the lam for two years and an example of the systemic problems with DWI prosecution identified Wednesday in an inspector general's report.

Police had the wrong name for the motorcycle driver, an Ohio man who suffered severe brain injuries in the accident May 8, who was in a coma for weeks and remains in critical condition at University Hospital six weeks later. Because the driver and his passenger were carrying incorrect identification, the NOPD also had the wrong name for the passenger, a woman from Ohio who died from her injuries May 13.

The driver's exasperated sister and mother had been telling NOPD since June 3 that the man was actually Jamie Hancock, 30, of Dayton, Ohio, because they needed the correct name in police records to be able to transport Hancock to a brain trauma center at Ohio State University.

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