Man in dinosaur costume injures 59-year-old woman while riding E-Scooter in Boise
BOISE, Idaho (CBS2) —
A man in a dinosaur costume riding as a passenger on an E-Scooter in downtown Boise fell off and injured a 59-year-old woman.
Police are looking for the pair on the E-scooter. They say the incident occurred on 6th Street across Front Street on Sunday Oct. 28 around 2 p.m.
According to police, a woman dressed as Rainbow Bright was in control of the scooter when the man fell off and knocked the victim down. The man got back on the scooter with the female driver and they fled.
The victim received minor injuries and was taken by paramedics to the hospital, police say.
It’s unknown what type or brand of E-Scooter the pair riding.
Boise City Code states that no E-Scooter shall be used to carry more than one person at a time.
"Anyone operating an E-Scooter in a manner that endangers or likely endangers a person or property can be charged with misdemeanor reckless or inattentive operation," says Boise Police.
Boise Police is asking anyone with information to come forward.
Anyone with information can contact Crime Stoppers: At 343-COPS, www.343COPS.com, or leave a tip using the “P3 Tips” app.