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* 30-Year-Old Milpitas Man Kenneth Slavin Died After Crash While Allegedly Running From CHP On A Motorcycle

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A 30-year-old Milpitas man has been identified as the motorcyclist who was killed while allegedly trying to flee a traffic stop in San Jose early Tuesday morning, according to the Santa Clara County medical examiner’s office.Kenneth Slavin was killed when he crashed his bike at about 2 a.m. on Hostetter Road near Interstate Highway 680, according to Jesse Montano, an administrator with the medical examiner’s office.California Highway Patrol officers attempted to pull over a blue Yamaha GSXR motorcycle near Madden and Capitol avenues, but the driver accelerated onto Capitol Avenue, according to CHP Officer Ralph Caggiano.The motorcyclist,later identified as Slavin, was pursued until he lost control of his motorcycle on an approach to Interstate Highway 680 and crashed into a water meter along Hostetter Road, Caggiano said.

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