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http://www.wric.com/story/24863462/spotsylvania-man-arrested-for-abducting-girlfriend

 

 

SPOTSYLVANIA COUNTY (WRIC) - Spotsylvania County Sheriff's deputies responded to a domestic violence call in the 11900 block of Belafonte Road, at approximately 10:00am Saturday morning. Prior to Deputies arriving, the E-911 center communications officer related that the victim had reported being assaulted by the suspect, an ex-boyfriend, later identified as Ross Carter, 42 of Spotsylvania.

The communications officer also relayed information to Deputies that Carter was heard forcing the victim into a vehicle and leaving the area. Deputies arrived at the location, to find that the suspect, (Carter) and the victim were gone. Deputies determined the suspect vehicle description as a dark gray Dodge Challenger with Maryland tags. Deputies began searching the area, while Spotsylvania County communications officers sent out a "BOLO", (Be On Lookout) to all surrounding jurisdictions in reference to the welfare of the female victim and her possible injuries.

At approximately noon Saturday, Virginia State Police Troopers observed the vehicle matching the description in the area of Lewiston Road. VSP attempted to stop the suspect vehicle, being driven by Carter, with the victim in the passenger side. Carter failed to stop and attempted to evade the Troopers. VSP initiated a brief pursuit in the area of Minor Lane. Carter then bailed out on foot and ran into the nearby wood line. VSP Troopers lost sight of the suspect as he entered the wood line and began to assist Spotsylvania Deputies, who were responding to the foot pursuit, in setting up a perimeter. VSP also rescued the victim from the suspect vehicle and called for an ambulance to treat her for injuries sustained from Carter.

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http://wydaily.com/2014/03/10/four-vehicles-stolen-off-lot-at-williamsburg-chrysler-jeep-dodge/

 

Four vehicles were stolen from Williamsburg Chrysler Jeep Dodge Kia on Richmond Road during the overnight hours Thursday and Friday.

Officers from the Williamsburg Police Department responded to the dealership for a reported burglary at about 7:30 a.m. Friday. They found a broken window. Four vehicles had been stolen: a black and white striped 2009 Dodge Challenger, a white 2014 Dodge Challenger, a black 2014 Dodge Charger and a black 2013 Ford Focus, said Maj. Greg Riley of the Williamsburg Police Department.

The 2014 Challenger was recovered in Newport News at about 9 a.m. Friday in the area of Fort Eustis. The Charger was found at about 7:20 a.m. Sunday near Coliseum Drive in Hampton. The other two vehicles, estimated to be worth at least $35,000, have not been recovered.

There are no suspects at this time. Anyone with information should call Crime Line at 888-LOCK-U-UP.

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http://www.kiiitv.com/story/24997255/man-arrested-for-racing-possession-of-marijuana

 

Posted: Mar 17, 2014 2:49 PM CDT

<em class="wnDate">Monday, March 17, 2014 3:49 PM EST</em>Updated: Mar 17, 2014 2:49 PM CDT <em class="wnDate">Monday, March 17, 2014 3:49 PM EST</em>
 
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CORPUS CHRISTI (Kiii News) -

Police arrested a 20-year old male Saturday night after he was spotted racing in a Dodge Challenger in the 5300 block of Saratoga Boulevard.

It was around 9:20 p.m. when a police officer spotted David Chapman racing a red Camaro in his Challenger. The officer caught up with Chapman and conducted a traffic stop.

During a search of Chapman's vehicle, the police officer found marijuana. Chapman was arrested for racing and charged with possession of marijuana. He was transported to the City Detention Center.

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http://onlineathens.com/blotter/2014-03-24/dodge-charger-found-burning

 

 

Dodge Charger found burning

published Monday, March 24, 2014
 

 

An Athens-Clarke County police officer was dispatched to a location on Greenlee Road shortly before 4 a.m. Monday after residents called to report seeing fire and smoke in the area.

The officer arrived shortly before Athens-Clarke County firefighters to find a Dodge Charger engulfed in flames. The tires and wheels had been removed and the doors left open before it was set on fire, according to the report. The officer was able to obtain a partial vehicle identification number.

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http://www.dailytribune.com/general-news/20140325/reward-offered-in-theft-of-50000-in-tires-rims-from-orion-township-car-dealership

 

Reward offered in theft of $50,000 in tires, rims from Orion Township car dealership

 

 By John Turk, john.turk@oakpress.com, @jrturk on Twitter

Posted:

03/25/14, 11:04 PM EDT| Updated: 6 hrs ago# Comments
Owner Brian Milosch with a Dodge Ram 1500 that had its window broken and tires and wheels stolen from behind Milosch’s Palace Collision Center in Orion Township. Tim Thompson-The Oakland Press 

 

Detectives believe a theft of high-end rims and tires which caused more than $75,000 in damage to Milosch’s Palace Collision Center in Orion Township was an organized heist.

 

 

The dealership lost the tires and wheels overnight Sunday after four suspects drove a rental truck into the business’ un-gated yard, put 13 vehicles up on cinder blocks and stones and left with the equipment.

 

 

More than 50 rims and tires, at around 55 pounds each, were taken from 13 cars — and valued at about $50,000.

 

 

“To move that many tires? To move just one is tough,” said Brian Boreo, manager of the collision shop. “It’s not their first time doing this.”

 

 

A $1,000 reward is being offered for tips leading to the arrest of suspects in the recent theft, and detectives are following leads in the case, Oakland County Sheriff’s deputies reported.

 

 

What detectives initially gathered from a video recording of the yard was that at least four unknown suspects drove a white Budget Rental moving truck and a silver or gray Jeep Cherokee into the storage yard — located at 4800 S. Lapeer Road, about a mile from The Palace of Auburn Hills — around 11 p.m. Sunday.

 

 

They smashed out the cars’ windows to get the locking lug nut keys stored in the glove boxes, stripped the tires and rims, loaded them into the moving truck and left two hours later, deputies said.

 

 

The vehicles — all brand new Dodge Chargers, Rams, Challengers, some Jeeps and a 2015 Chrysler 200 — were sitting on blocks Monday morning when detail technician Corey Pichler and other Milosch’s employees arrived. All the lug nuts were left on the ground.

 

 

Pichler said he had “never seen this many tires yanked before.”

 

 

Shop owner Brian Milosch, said the heist seemed well-organized. He’d been talking with detectives Tuesday, and said they may have gotten a promising anonymous tip, but didn’t elaborate.

 

 

“One way or another, we’re out a bunch of dough,” said Milosch, whose family has been in car sales and repairs since the 1940s, but opened the collision center three years ago. “We’re looking to get (the wheels and tires) back, hopefully, and catch the criminals involved in taking them.”

 

 

While there’s around a $50,000 loss from the theft of the wheels, an additional $15,000 will be needed to replace windows on the vehicles and cover other damage which occurred Sunday.

 

 

Officials said this theft is not related to similar incidents, but it is not uncommon.

 

 

More than $10,000 worth of wheels, rims and tires were stolen from three vehicles at Lunghamer Chevrolet in Waterford Township in 2011.

 

 

Anyone with information about Sunday’s incident is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-SPEAK-UP or the Oakland County Sheriff’s Office at 248-858-4911.

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wasn't me :)

 

http://www.wsbtv.com/news/news/local/good-samaritan-loses-car-helping-alleged-thief-dun/nfPTH/

 

DEKALB COUNTY, Ga. —

The search continues for a shoplifting suspect who police say carjacked a man who tried to help him after a crash
 
Police said the short crime spree ended at a downed light pole and some very scary moments for a man just trying to help.
 
Dunwoody police said the thief went on a small crime spree Monday, first shoplifting from the Walmart on Ashford-Dunwoody Road.
 
"A male subject had left the building in a white dodge challenger.  As officers responded, they noticed the car at Perimeter Center North," said Officer Tim Fecht with the Dunwoody Police Department.
 
Fecht said officers tried to pull the man over, but he took off with officers not far behind.
 
“At that time the supervisor said to terminate any pursuit.  Just moments later, we got a call about an accident with injuries at ADW and Hammond Drive," Fecht said.
 
Police said the suspect blew a red light, clipped a car and then crashed into a light pole at Ashford-Dunwoody Road and Hammond Drive, badly damaging his rental car.
 
When a good Samaritan stopped to check on him, police said the spree continued when suspect stole the passerby's van and took off.
 
"He was a little rattled, but fortunately he didn't suffer any injuries and right now he's just missing his vehicle," Fecht said.
 
Police said the suspect drove north on Ashford-Dunwoody road in the victim's tan 2009 Dodge caravan with Georgia tag AHN 5359.
 
Investigators think the man may have driven into Sandy Springs or Roswell with that stolen van.

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Farmington police step up patrols in apartment complex after stranger danger

Teen unharmed when man tries talking to her in Chatham Hills

Published On: Mar 28 2014 03:13:07 PM EDT

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Stranger Danger

Police in Farmington are stepping up patrol after they said a strange man approached a teen as she walked to the bus stop Friday morning.

 

Police said the teen, described only as high school aged, was walking around 7 a.m. in the Chatham Hills apartment complex, which is off Grand Rive Avenue between Drake and Halsted roads, when the man got out of parked car and started trying to talk to her. He was in a gray, newer model sports car, possibly a Dodge Challenger.

 

Police said the man asked the student to go with him, but she ignored him and kept walking.The man eventually drove off.

 

Police have released this description of the man: black, mid to late 30s, medium build, 5 feet 8 inches to 5 feet 11 inches tall, had some facial hair.

 

Anyone with possible information is asked to contact the Farmington Public Safety Department at 248-474-47

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http://www.wric.com/story/24863462/spotsylvania-man-arrested-for-abducting-girlfriend

 

 

SPOTSYLVANIA COUNTY (WRIC) - Spotsylvania County Sheriff's deputies responded to a domestic violence call in the 11900 block of Belafonte Road, at approximately 10:00am Saturday morning. Prior to Deputies arriving, the E-911 center communications officer related that the victim had reported being assaulted by the suspect, an ex-boyfriend, later identified as Ross Carter, 42 of Spotsylvania.

The communications officer also relayed information to Deputies that Carter was heard forcing the victim into a vehicle and leaving the area. Deputies arrived at the location, to find that the suspect, (Carter) and the victim were gone. Deputies determined the suspect vehicle description as a dark gray Dodge Challenger with Maryland tags. Deputies began searching the area, while Spotsylvania County communications officers sent out a "BOLO", (Be On Lookout) to all surrounding jurisdictions in reference to the welfare of the female victim and her possible injuries.

At approximately noon Saturday, Virginia State Police Troopers observed the vehicle matching the description in the area of Lewiston Road. VSP attempted to stop the suspect vehicle, being driven by Carter, with the victim in the passenger side. Carter failed to stop and attempted to evade the Troopers. VSP initiated a brief pursuit in the area of Minor Lane. Carter then bailed out on foot and ran into the nearby wood line. VSP Troopers lost sight of the suspect as he entered the wood line and began to assist Spotsylvania Deputies, who were responding to the foot pursuit, in setting up a perimeter. VSP also rescued the victim from the suspect vehicle and called for an ambulance to treat her for injuries sustained from Carter.

 

Bailed and ran? Dude never watched Vanishing Point? lol glad they got the car back and the woman before she was hurt any further.

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http://www.khou.com/news/texas-news?fId=254429671&fPath=/news/local/&fDomain=10247

 

DALLAS — A woman and her daughter who were shot in the head execution-style Monday afternoon have died, police said. A man who was also shot remains hospitalized.

Investigators said they believe it was a home invasion robbery.

Ammy Soumphonphakdy, 50, and her 18-year-old daughter Debbie Thammavongsa died at Methodist Dallas Medical Center on Tuesday afternoon.

Police could only describe the suspects as one Asian male and one unknown male wearing a mask.

On Tuesday night, investigators released a photograph of a red Dodge Challenger which may be connected to the shootings. They urged anyone with information about what happened to call Crime Stoppers at 214-373-8477. Callers can remain anonymous, and will be eligible for a reward of up to $5,000 for information leading to an arrest and conviction.

"That smile... it was just so beautiful. It’s just not fair... just not fair,” said Mo, the father of Thammavongsa's boyfriend.

News 8 learned that she was Laotian and lived at the home with her mother and siblings.

Debbie Thammavongsa had recently graduated from Molina High School.

“One of the sweetest girls I know, and kind and loving and smart and bright. It’s just not fair,” Mo said.

Police and neighbors said there had never been any problems in the 2500 block of  Western Park Drive.  But now, crime scene tape surrounds the modest residence where gunfire erupted on Monday afternoon.

Neighbors said they never heard any shots.

"I didn't hear not one gunshot," Robert Muñoz said. "I’m just a feet away from the house."

Records indicate that Debbie Thammavongsa was the one who called 911 for help on Monday afternoon. She was able to talk to police before she died.

Sources said the victims are Asian, and so are the suspects. That's unusual in this predominantly Latino neighborhood in Southwest Dallas.

Sources also told News 8 a male victim inside the home was bound and shot in the head. A woman and her daughter were also shot in the head.  The names of the victims have not been released.

"It's sad she is in the hospital right now, but it's something that is very hard to believe on what went on yesterday," Muñoz said.

At this point, police haven't ruled anything out as far as a motive.

Neighbors said the victims kept to themselves. The daughter attends Mountain View Community College.

"Real quiet people," Muñoz said. "Never seen them get out of line, or any party going on, or such things."

One neighbor reported seeing a suspicious vehicle, but Dallas police are still trying to confirm that, and to figure out why the three victims were shot.

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http://www.kmov.com/news/local/Police-Four-shot-after-2-shootings-reported-minutes-apart-in-North-City-254663001.html

 

KMOV) – Police are investigating after four people were hit in two separate shootings that happened within minutes of each other in north St. Louis Wednesday night.

 

According to police, two women and a man were walking in the 5200 block of Northland Ave. when someone in a black Dodge Challenger opened fire. One person was hit in the arm, another in the hip and the third in the leg.

 

One of the victims stayed on Northland while the other two ran to surrounding streets. All three were taken to the hospital in stable condition.

 

Neighbors told News 4 they heard as many as 20 rounds being fired.

 

“I’m very concerned about them and the neighborhood also. It’s scary because they could have been shot and I could have been shot,” said Lisa Johnson.

 

 

Police say they have identified two men, 17 and 21, as wanted suspects in the case.

About 10 minutes later, a 21-year-old man was walking in the 3900 block of Lee when he heard five shots fired.

 

He felt pain and realized he’d been shot in the leg. He was transported to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.

 

Police have not said whether they believe the shootings were connected. Anyone with information on the incidents is asked to call local authorities.

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http://www.newschannel5.com/story/25236822/2-suspects-from-davidson-co-wanted-in-paris-shooting

 

 

PARIS, Tenn. – A search is underway for two suspects wanted in connection with a shooting in Henry County.

Officials with the Paris Police Department said three people were shot around 6 p.m. Sunday, in Ogburn Park. The victims' identities have not yet been released.

Details of the shooting were not immediately available.

Police said the suspects' vehicle was described as a white, 2013 Dodge Challenger with red racing stripes. The vehicle reportedly had a Davidson County license plate.

One of the victims was flown by LifeFlight to Vanderbilt University Medical Center, where the person was said to be in stable condition. The other two victims were taken to Henry County Medical Center.

Investigators said both suspects should be considered armed and extremely dangerous.

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I was in Omaha yesterday :)

 

http://www.denverpost.com/news/ci_25764816/police-investigating-pedestrian-hit-and-run-looking-white

 

Police investigating pedestrian hit and run, looking for white Dodge

 

By Yesenia Robles
The Denver Post

 

Posted:   05/14/2014 08:52:10 PM MDT

 

Updated:   05/15/2014 02:01:56 AM MDT

 

 
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One male pedestrian was taken to Denver Health following a hit-and-run collision on Colfax Avenue at Ulster Wednesday night, May 14, 2014. The run vehicle was found abandoned near the scene about an hour after the accident. (Karl Gehring, The Denver Post)

Denver Police are investigating a hit-and-run accident involving a pedestrian on Colfax Avenue.

The police sent out a message through Twitter at about 8:45 p.m. Wednesday stating the accident happened near East Colfax Avenue and Ulster Street, when a vehicle hit a man. Westbound Colfax Avenue is closed because of the investigation.

Police said on Twitter they are looking for a white Dodge Challenger with unknown license plates heading west on Colfax and then north on Tamarac Street.

The man was transported to the hospital.

Sgt. Steve Warneke, a spokesman for Denver Police, said the man's injuries do not at this point rise to the level of serious bodily injury.

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http://www.delawareonline.com/story/news/crime/2014/05/22/man-shot-in-wilmington-delaware/9428965/

 

WILMINGTON -- A man was shot to death inside a car in the 500 block of N. Jefferson St. in Wilmington early Thursday, city police said.

 

 

The 38-year-old victim was found in the driver's seat inside a Dodge Challenger just after 5:20 a.m. with a gunshot wound to the head, Cpl. Mark Ivey said. The man's name is being withheld by police pending notification of next-of-kin.

 

Officers performed CPR and administered first aid, Ivey said. The man was pronounced dead after being taken by ambulance to Christiana Hospital.

Ivey said police are canvassing the area conducting interviews and investigating, and there is no known motive or suspect.

Satyre Jackson, who lives on West Fifth Street near the shooting scene, said she was sleeping when about six shots rang out -- which she initially thought was someone banging on a door. She said she just moved in about a month ago and already wants to move out.

DATABASE: Wilmington shootings

A bullet hole was visible in the passenger-side door of the Challenger, which was facing the street, and broken glass from the door's window was visible on the street.

Police placed a canopy over the Challenger as rain fell in the area.

Another resident who wanted to remain nameless said she was awoken by gunshots, "I could smell the gunpowder in the air and that's how I knew the shooting was close," she said.

Another woman standing nearby, who declined to give her name, said she received a phone call from her cousin that someone had been shot in front of her home.

Jefferson Street remained closed to motorists and pedestrian traffic between Fifth and Sixth streets as police investigated.

Ivey asked anyone with information to call Detective Robert Fox at (302) 576-3619 or the Wilmington Police Confidential Tip Line at (302) 576-3990.

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Could go in crashes or crime, crime seems to fit better :)

 

http://www.ksl.com/?nid=148&sid=30062253

 

OREM — Orem police officer Kevin Norris has caught a lot of suspected DUI drivers during his career — but none have been as easy as the arrest he made on Sunday.

About 7:30 p.m., a man suspected of driving drunk while going the wrong way in traffic drove right into Norris' patrol car.

Eric Hidalgo, 24, was driving his girlfriend's brand new Dodge Challenger on his way to pick up a pizza, when he rear-ended another vehicle near 1600 North and State Street, said Orem Police Lt. Craig Martinez.

He then ran a red light at 800 North and State Street and made a right turn onto 800 North and drove in the wrong direction "right in front" of a police officer looking for DUI drivers, Martinez said.

Norris happens to be the department's alcohol enforcement officer whose job is to focus on alcohol violations.

"If there's one person you don't want to hit, it's officer Norris," Martinez said.

Norris used his vehicle to block Hidalgo from going any further. Hidalgo bumped into his vehicle traveling about 10 mph. No one was injured.

"He's never had someone run into him saying, 'Hey, I'm drunk, come arrest me,'" Martinez said of the incident.

Hidalgo and a passenger were forced out of the vehicle at gunpoint. He failed the field sobriety tests administered to him, according to a police affidavit filed in 4th District Court.

"It could have been a bad deal, especially on Memorial Day weekend. It's pretty busy during that time during the day,” Martinez said. “He'd come from Pleasant Grove, and we actually know he hit another car near 1600 North, so there was some damage already on this guy's car in the front end.”

Orem Police updated a status on its Facebook page about the incident:

“If you're going to drink and drive in your girlfriend's Dodge Challenger and drive on the wrong side of the road and hit a police car, should the driver of the police car be the one Alcohol Officer in Orem (Our resident DUI specialist)?” the status read. “The answer to all the above is 'Nope.' "

Hidalgo, who allegedly had an open bottle of alcohol in the back seat, was arrested for investigation of DUI, driving with an open container and having no insurance.

Utah court records show Hidalgo was found guilty of intoxication, unlawful possession of alcohol by a minor and illegal possession of a keg in 2008.

Read more at http://www.ksl.com/?nid=148&sid=30062253#7wZxeXCvkDyG9lve.99

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http://www.wdrb.com/story/25966764/police-respond-to-fatal-crash-on-southern-pkwy-tuesday-afternoon

 

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- Louisville police say one person is dead after a road rage incident on Southern Parkway.

Police say the driver of a blue Dodge Challenger was shooting at another driver in a silver Chrysler, which has a handicapped license plate. They say for an unknown reason, the driver of the blue Challenger lost control of the vehicle and died after hitting a tree.

The other driver was not injured, but there are at least four bullet holes in his car.
"Apparently it was some type of road rage," LMPD spokesperson Dwight Mitchell said.

Surveillance video from Sissy's Liquor on 5th and Evelyn shows the two men involved talking just minutes before the crash.

Witnesses say the driver of a silver Chrysler 300, told the other man that his window tint on his blue Dodge Challenger was too dark. He also claimed he was an undercover officer.

Seconds later, the Challenger drove away and the 300 followed.

"At some point, shots were fired into the Chrysler and the Chrysler was chasing the Dodge," Mitchell explained.

After hearing of Tuesday's crash, Michelle Adams put up a small memorial. "Just something nice to do, you know, just in his memory” Adams said, “it was sad."

Adams says she was praying the whole time she witnessed the incident, "the guy in the blue car was shooting at the silver car. After I started looking, I didn't know what was going on."

Witness Glenn Nall told us, "I couldn't believe it happened I've never seen a car, that was so heavily damaged wrapped around a tree, I mean the tree was up to the windshield."

A man who said he didn't want to be identified said he saw the two cars moving at a high rate of speed, then make u-turns on Southern Parkway at Beechmont, a few blocks away, before ending up on Southern Parkway.

Investigators are trying to figure out where the disagreement began. They confirmed that the Challenger was moving fast, but did not immediately provide other details.

The coroner has not yet released the name of the man who died.

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Police say the driver of a blue Dodge Challenger was shooting at another driver in a silver Chrysler, which has a handicapped license plate. They say for an unknown reason, the driver of the blue Challenger lost control of the vehicle and died after hitting a tree.

 

 

 

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http://www.chron.com/news/crime/article/Man-goes-on-date-later-carjacked-by-date-2-men-5642470.php

 

NEW ORLEANS (AP) — A man who met a woman on a social media website was carjacked by the woman and two men.

NOLA.com/The Times-Picayune reports (http://bit.ly/1lwMr3b ) it happened about 4 a.m. Wednesday.

Police say the victim met the woman, identified as "Ali W," on the social media website Tagged.

The victim said he and the woman talked inside his car for about five minutes. Investigators say she then went inside a home, returned and got in the car, and another man forced his way into the car and demanded the victim get out. A fight ensued and a third man approached the driver's side and pointed a gun at him, demanding he get out of the car.

Police say the victim complied and the trio fled in the man's car — a red 2010 Dodge Challenger, with black flames across the sides and Louisiana license plate VOV 253.

Anyone with information about the incident is asked to call Crimestoppers at 504-822-1111.

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http://www.ajc.com/news/news/police-seek-dodge-charger-in-fatal-pedestrian-hit-/ngnCh/

 

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Fulton County police are looking for a 2006-2009 red Dodge Charger that may have been involved in a hit and run that killed a 66-year-old man Sunday.

Charles Foy was struck and killed in the area of Old Bill Cook Road and Blue Bonnet Trail in College Park at 1:30 a.m.

The damage to the vehicle includes the broken off passenger side headlight assembly. The passenger side mirror is damaged and is missing the mirror. The vehicle also may have damage to the hood, fender, passenger side doors and windshield, police said.

Anyone with information on the vehicle should notify the Fulton County Police Department at 404-613-6529.

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