Former 'Bachelor' Star Finally Appears in Front of a Judge

Former 'Bachelor' Star Finally Appears in Front of a Judge

Former 'Bachelor' Star Finally Appears in Front of a Judge

In the call, the former reality star sounds frantic and eager to get the victim of the crash help.

Authorities say that Soules' truck rear-ended Mosher's tractor.

Soules then fled the scene before Buchanan County Police could arrive. He is accused of not immediately stopping his vehicle at the scene and failing to return and remain at the scene of the crash, according to a police report.

Kenneth Mosher, 66, was driving a tractor near Arlington on Monday night when he was rear-ended by the reality star and sent hurdling into a nearby ditch.

Soules, uninjured, allegedly left the scene of the accident prior to the arrival of law enforcement.

Buchanan County sheriff's deputies confirmed Soules called 911, and his voice can be heard talking with 911 dispatchers, who offered to walk him through CPR, on a tape of the call released Wednesday. "He doesn't appear to be [breathing]". Soules did the same thing back in 2002, only he didn't kill anyone in the process.

Our sources say the fact Soules is famous works against him, because prosecutors don't want to appear soft on celebrities.

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He was taken after the crash by ambulance to Mercy Hospital in Oelwein, where he was pronounced dead. "I can feel a pulse". The female dispatcher asked about the condition of the man and Soules told her that he was unconscious in the ditch.

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Authorities say they have yet to identify the driver. "Yes, yes", a winded and upset but lucid Soules replies. He was taken to Mercy Hospital in Oelwein where doctors were unable to save his life.

If "Bachelor" star Chris Soules was using his phone at the time of the fatal crash on Monday, he could face a more serious crime. He said it took several hours for officers to write a search warrant application and get a judge to approve it, allowing them to enter the home to arrest him.

Later that morning, Soules was freed on $10,000 bond.

Chris has since deleted his Instagram account, and his representative said in a statement: "Chris Soules was involved in an accident Monday evening (April 24) in a rural part of Iowa near his home".

Police have not revealed the official charges pending against Soules, but his history of fleeing the scene will not work in his favor. "He was devastated to learn that Kenneth Mosher, the other person in the accident, passed away", a statement via his rep, Stan Rosenfield, read.

Chris has a location monitoring device on his leg and had to surrender his passport.

Mosher, a lifelong resident of the Aurora - population 200 - lived on his family farm near the crash site, reported the Argus Leader. Investigators spoke to multiple witnesses and determined that Soules caused the crash and left the scene, according to a complaint, which doesn't name the witnesses.

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