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Man caught fleeing scene of Gary auto accident

May 28, 2010 | Auto Accident


May 27, 2010

The Post-Tribune reports that Gary police have apprehended a man who caused a Gary auto accident and fled the scene.

A Gary police officer attempted to pull over the 20-year-old driver for not wearing his seat belt, but the Gary driver took off at a high rate of speed instead of pulling over. The Gary driver then crashed into a residence, causing the Gary auto accident. He fled the scene of the accident on foot, but was quickly caught by Gary police.

The Gary man was charged with operating a vehicle while intoxicated, resisting law enforcement and several misdemeanor charges.

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Do you think stiffer penalties should be given for those who flee the scene of a Gary auto accident? What do you think the penalties should be?

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