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Martin Sheriff: Hit-and-run driver destroys portion of wall in Martin County

IT AND RUN DRIVER CRASHES THROUGH BRICK WALL, LEAVES SCENE, AND THE REST…. If you’re wondering where a section of the wall on Green River Parkway went, ask 23-year ild Daniel L.B. Cole. He might tell you how he lost control of his vehicle and crashed through it Friday morning, landing in a citizens back yard. The damage was evident, (the wall was gone) but it wasn’t enough for Cole to stop, so he backed out and took off. Fortunately, stunned witnesses called the crash in along with a description of Cole’s vehicle. It didn’t take long for MCSO road patrol and Traffic deputies to spot Cole, again driving recklessly into an open gate at the Eagle Marsh community. Deputies followed Cole as he attempted to conceal his vehicle in the back yard of another private home. Once there, Cole was met with a line of patrol vehicles he decided was a little harder to crash through. We’ll call that brick wall number two. Cole was arrested and charged with leaving the scene of a crash, reckless driving, possession of cannabis and driving on a suspended license (for the third time.) Fortunately, there were no injuries. HIT AND RUN CRASHES IN MARTIN COUNTY The number of hit and run crashes in our community has increased to the point where MCSO has formed a task force aggressively addressing the issue and making arrests. For those who choose to leave the scene of any crash, know that you could face up to felony charges depending on the circumstances.
IT AND RUN DRIVER CRASHES THROUGH BRICK WALL, LEAVES SCENE, AND THE REST…. If you’re wondering where a section of the wall on Green River Parkway went, ask 23-year ild Daniel L.B. Cole. He might tell you how he lost control of his vehicle and crashed through it Friday morning, landing in a citizens back yard. The damage was evident, (the wall was gone) but it wasn’t enough for Cole to stop, so he backed out and took off. Fortunately, stunned witnesses called the crash in along with a description of Cole’s vehicle. It didn’t take long for MCSO road patrol and Traffic deputies to spot Cole, again driving recklessly into an open gate at the Eagle Marsh community. Deputies followed Cole as he attempted to conceal his vehicle in the back yard of another private home. Once there, Cole was met with a line of patrol vehicles he decided was a little harder to crash through. We’ll call that brick wall number two. Cole was arrested and charged with leaving the scene of a crash, reckless driving, possession of cannabis and driving on a suspended license (for the third time.) Fortunately, there were no injuries. HIT AND RUN CRASHES IN MARTIN COUNTY The number of hit and run crashes in our community has increased to the point where MCSO has formed a task force aggressively addressing the issue and making arrests. For those who choose to leave the scene of any crash, know that you could face up to felony charges depending on the circumstances.

Martin Sheriff: Hit-and-run driver destroys portion of wall in Martin County

Martin County, Fl (treasurecoast.com)- The Martin County Sheriff have reported that a hit-and-run drive destroyed a portion of a wall in Martin County.
This is what happened:
HIT AND RUN DRIVER CRASHES THROUGH BRICK WALL, LEAVES SCENE, AND THE REST….
If you’re wondering where a section of the wall on Green River Parkway went, ask 23-year old Daniel L.B. Cole. He might tell you how he lost control of his vehicle and crashed through it Friday morning, landing in a citizens back yard. The damage was evident, (the wall was gone) but it wasn’t enough for Cole to stop, so he backed out and took off.

Fortunately, stunned witnesses called the crash in along with a description of Cole’s vehicle. It didn’t take long for MCSO road patrol and Traffic deputies to spot Cole, again driving recklessly into an open gate at the Eagle Marsh community. Deputies followed Cole as he attempted to conceal his vehicle in the back yard of another private home. Once there, Cole was met with a line of patrol vehicles he decided was a little harder to crash through. We’ll call that brick wall number two.

Cole was arrested and charged with leaving the scene of a crash, reckless driving, possession of cannabis and driving on a suspended license (for the third time.) Fortunately, there were no injuries.
HIT AND RUN CRASHES IN MARTIN COUNTY
The number of hit and run crashes in our community has increased to the point where MCSO has formed a task force aggressively addressing the issue and making arrests. For those who choose to leave the scene of any crash, know that you could face up to felony charges depending on the circumstances.

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