Sheriff’s Office searching for hit and run driver

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Hamilton County Sheriff deputies are looking for information on a black passenger vehicle involved in a hit-and-run crash that occurred on Gray Road and 146th Street on April 30, around 6:20 p.m..

According to a crash report, four vehicles were involved in crash with minor property damage after the black car rear-ended a line of vehicles. causing a chain reaction. The driver of the black car left without exchanging information with the other drivers.

No injuries were reported in the crash but the other three drivers were unable to provide a definite description of the black 4-door passenger car that left the scene. Anyone with information should contact Deputy David Needham at 317-773-1282.

The Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office  said Indiana law requires drivers involved in a crash to stop and remain at the scene to exchange information with anyone else involved in the incident.

If a crash involves injury, the driver must provide reasonable assistance to anyone injured and notify police of the crash. In the case of a crash with an unattended vehicle or property, the driver must make a reasonable attempt to notify the owner of the damaged property. Failure to follow these laws is chargeable with at least a B misdemeanor and can rise to a Level 3 felony (Indiana IC 9-26-1-1.1).


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Sheriff’s Office searching for hit and run driver

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Hamilton County Sheriff deputies are looking for information on a black passenger vehicle involved in a hit-and-run crash that occurred on Gray Road and 146th Street on April 30, around 6:20 p.m..

According to a crash report, four vehicles were involved in crash with minor property damage after the black car rear-ended a line of vehicles. causing a chain reaction. The driver of the black car left without exchanging information with the other drivers.

No injuries were reported in the crash but the other three drivers were unable to provide a definite description of the black 4-door passenger car that left the scene. Anyone with information should contact Deputy David Needham at 317-773-1282.

The Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office  said Indiana law requires drivers involved in a crash to stop and remain at the scene to exchange information with anyone else involved in the incident.

If a crash involves injury, the driver must provide reasonable assistance to anyone injured and notify police of the crash. In the case of a crash with an unattended vehicle or property, the driver must make a reasonable attempt to notify the owner of the damaged property. Failure to follow these laws is chargeable with at least a B misdemeanor and can rise to a Level 3 felony (Indiana IC 9-26-1-1.1).


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Sheriff’s Office searching for hit and run driver

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Hamilton County Sheriff deputies are looking for information on a black passenger vehicle involved in a hit-and-run crash that occurred on Gray Road and 146th Street on April 30, around 6:20 p.m..

According to a crash report, four vehicles were involved in crash with minor property damage after the black car rear-ended a line of vehicles. causing a chain reaction. The driver of the black car left without exchanging information with the other drivers.

No injuries were reported in the crash but the other three drivers were unable to provide a definite description of the black 4-door passenger car that left the scene. Anyone with information should contact Deputy David Needham at 317-773-1282.

The Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office  said Indiana law requires drivers involved in a crash to stop and remain at the scene to exchange information with anyone else involved in the incident.

If a crash involves injury, the driver must provide reasonable assistance to anyone injured and notify police of the crash. In the case of a crash with an unattended vehicle or property, the driver must make a reasonable attempt to notify the owner of the damaged property. Failure to follow these laws is chargeable with at least a B misdemeanor and can rise to a Level 3 felony (Indiana IC 9-26-1-1.1).


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