Davenport rollover injures four juveniles, driver arrested

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Trevor Henderson photo from Scott Co Jail

DAVENPORT, Iowa — One juvenile has been taken to the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics and three others have been injured following a car crash on Saturday, Oct. 8, police say. It happened just before 3 p.m.

Trevor Henderson, 25, was driving in the 6000 block of North Fairmount Street when the car fishtailed, went into the ditch and became airborne before finally landing in a corn field. The criminal complaint says Henderson was driving recklessly at a high speed on the gravel.

A 12-year-old boy that had been sharing a seatbelt with another juvenile was seriously injured and taken to Iowa City. The three other children received minor injuries, police say.

Henderson has been charged with child endangerment causing serious injury, a class C felony, and also cited for no insurance, failure to maintain control, reckless driving and child restraint. He was released on bond from the Scott County Jail on Sunday morning, according to court records.