Louis County town of Florissant, someone made an illegal U-turn in front of Nicole Bolden.The 32-year-old black single mother hit her brakes but couldn’t avoid a collision.
At the time of the suicide, the Drew and Meier families were neighbors, living four doors apart.
“But once he ran my name, he got real mean with me. I had my 3-year-old and my one-and-a-half-year-old with me. He said I had better find someone to come and get them, because he was taking me in.” The Florissant officer arrested and cuffed Bolden in front of her children. And while dealing with all of the arrests and the harassment, she earned another in paralegal studies.
Her kids remained with another officer until Bolden’s mother and sister could come pick them up. All of the warrants were for failure to appear in court for traffic violations. The Foristell warrant stemmed from a speeding ticket in 2011.
Rachel Dukich, of Denver, recorded the incident at Paradise Cove Cliff near Florissant in Teller County, west of Colorado Springs.
She said the woman was reported to have a bloody nose and was “highly disoriented” after the dive. 🙏🏼 #Cliff Jumping #Paradise Cove #Colorado #Superman #Belly Flop #Face Plant #Dumb Decisions #prayers #jerryoftheday #Happy4th #4thof July UPDATE: She's going to be okay!! #Blessed for licensing or usage, contact [email protected] post shared by Rachel Dukich (@ayeeyoodukay) on A Flight for Life helicopter was brought in to take the woman to a hospital. Witnesses have posted videos on social media warning other cliff divers to use caution and to be careful.