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Maricopa County Supervisor Mary Rose Wilcox's Corvette Crushed

Mary Rose Wilcox and her Corvette.
Mary Rose Wilcox and her Corvette.
Lydia Guzman

Maricopa County Supervisor Mary Rose Wilcox looks to be short a Corvette, after getting into a car accident this weekend.

According to local activist Lydia Guzman, who posted the photos on Facebook, Wilcox was hit by a red-light-runner. Wilcox isn't hurt, she says.

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You know, back when right-wingers were making a big deal over Wilcox's near-$1 million settlement -- which she got for being a victim of the discredited criminal investigations by Sheriff Joe Arpaio and former County Attorney Andrew Thomas -- one of their complaints was that she was already "doing so well financially courtesy of us taxpayers she recently bought a SECOND late model Corvette."

That Corvette in the photo is pretty clearly a C5 Corvette, which was last produced for the 2004 model year. "Late model," it is not, as the seventh-generation Corvette, the C7, is out this fall.

The photos of Wilcox's Corvette also remind us of the time MCSO Deputy Sean Pearce, son of now-ousted Senate President Russell Pearce, reported to his superior that he saw Wilcox getting a county mechanic to check the air pressure in one of the Corvette's tires. Pearce snapped a photo, which turned into a "review" of an "incident" involving an "alleged improper use of public resources." Wilcox was cleared of the, um, charges.

Maricopa County Supervisor Mary Rose Wilcox's Corvette Crushed
Lydia Guzman

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