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  • Driver in Hilltown crash accused of hit-run, having suspended license

    A Montgomery County man has been charged with hit-and-run and driving with a suspended license after allegedly leaving the scene of a Hilltown Township crash last month. Peter M. Pollock, 50, of Lafayette Hill was charged Wednesday after an investigation...
  • Man surrenders in Lauderdale hit-and-run pedestrian fatality

    Man surrenders in Lauderdale hit-and-run pedestrian fatality
    A Pompano Beach man is being held in connection with a hit-and-run crash that killed a pedestrian who has yet to be identified. Marvin Devon Permenter, 31, told police he panicked after striking the man about 9:45 p.m. Monday along the 5900 block of...
  • Car crashes into Costa Mesa home; driver flees

    Car crashes into Costa Mesa home; driver flees
    A driver fled after crashing a stolen car into a Costa Mesa home Tuesday night, according to police. Police got a call at about 11:40 p.m. about a gray 2012 Ford Fusion that slammed into the front of a house in the 2700 block of Mendoza Drive, Lt....
  • Clermont will stop using red-light cameras

    Clermont will stop using red-light cameras
    Clermont will stop using red-light cameras at the end of the city's three-year contract with its vendor. City Council, besieged by ticketed motorists, voted unanimously Tuesday night not to renew its contract with camera company, Arizona-based...
  • Skateboarder killed in McHenry crash identified

    Skateboarder killed in McHenry crash identified
    The 17-year-old killed Tuesday night after being hit by a pickup truck has been identified by the McHenry County coroner as Nicholas S. Kilpatrick. An autopsy performed today found Kilpatrick died of "multiple injuries to his head, spine, chest and...
  • EASTCONN Van Crashes In Willimantic, At Least Two Injured

    WILLIMANTIC — At least two people were injured when a school van hit a pole on Quarry Street Wednesday morning,  fire officials said. The utility pole and wires are down and the street is closed, they said. The crash involved an EASTCONN van,...
  • Driver Seriously Injured In Early-Morning Crash In Newington

    NEWINGTON  — A driver was seriously injured in a one-car crash on Route 173, or Willard Avenue, early Thursday, police said. A section of the street between Francis and Stoddard avenues is closed. According to police, the crash happened about 4:...
  • State police: Allentown woman killed in Erie County crash

      State police in Erie County said an Allentown woman was killed in a one-vehicle crash Sunday. Elaine Wilt, 70, died as a result of the 6"45 p.m. crash in Platea, according to state police. The crash remains under investigation, police said....
  • Rollover accident injures two, causes southbound I-75 lanes to close

    Two people were seriously injured Wednesday when a pickup rolled over on Interstate 75 just south of the Broward line. A pickup with an ATV in the bed was traveling southbound on I-75 around 6 p.m. when it overturned, seriously injuring the truck's two...
  • I-95 rollover crash injures two in Delray

    Traffic was blocked for about 45 minutes after two people were injured in a rollover crash on Interstate-95, according to Delray Beach Fire Rescue. The crash happened in the northbound lanes near Linton Boulevard at 1:56 p.m. and involved a tractor...
  • Driver busted in Maryland with cocaine 'trail' thought he was in Chicago

    A Maryland man alleged to have cocaine on his face and clothes and be driving while drunk was arrested after he told an officer he thought he was in Chicago, a Maryland State Police spokesman said on Wednesday. Artis Ray Gordon, 69, of Baltimore, was...