A 61-year-old resident faces multiple charges stemming from a hit-and-run Connecticut auto accident, according to WSBT.
The man driving the 1994 Plymouth minivan left the scene of the Connecticut auto accident, but police were unable to complete their report because of the weather.
The man driving the van in the Connecticut auto accident faces several charges, including vehicle theft, driving without a license, failing to report a traffic accident, and open alcohol in a motor vehicle.
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