Taxi Driver to be Criminally Charged

Taxi Driver who Drove into 10 Fellow Drivers at Logan Airport will be Charged Criminally

Massachusetts State Police Release — 07072017 — Taxi Driver to be Criminally Charged

The Massachusetts State Police are seeking a criminal charge against the taxi driver who drove into and injured 10 fellow drivers at the Logan Airport taxi pool Monday.

State Police are seeking to charge the driver, LUTANT CLENORD, 56, of Cambridge, with operating to endanger. The decision to seek the charge follows an investigation that determined that the cause of the crash was operator error.

As a result of the decision to seek a criminal charge, a hearing will be scheduled in the near future in East Boston District Court. At that hearing, a clerk magistrate will determine whether to issue a criminal complaint against CLENORD.

Additonally, State Police filed an immediate threat notification with the Registry of Motor Vehicles seeking to have CLENORD’s license revoked at this time. As well, we have suspended his hackney license indefinitely. The driver’s hackney license has been turned over to Boston Police.

No further information is being released at this time.