Police obtain search warrant for ‘black box’ data in Tiger Woods’ SUV

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Police obtained a search warrant to retrieve the “black box” from the luxury SUV in which Tiger Woods crashed — because a judge reportedly believed there was probable cause a crime may have been committed.

Law enforcement said the possible offense committed by the badly injured links legend is misdemeanor reckless driving, TMZ reported.

The search warrant – which doesn’t include the words “reckless driving” – prepared by the LA County Sheriff’s Department addressed probable cause, including the lack of skid marks, the objects struck by the vehicle, its extensive damage and apparent excessive speed, according to the outlet.

No specific crime was listed on the warrant, but the outlet noted that a judge can’t sign a search warrant unless there’s probable cause a crime had been committed, sources told TMZ.

One of two things may have led to the issuance of the warrant – a member of law enforcement discussed possible reckless driving with the judge or the judge alone determined the probable cause, according to the outlet, citing its sources.

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