Danbury – Dog Killed In Hit-And-Run Case
A dog was struck and killed by a hit-and-run motorist in Danbury Wednesday last week.
At around 7:50 p.m., Dusty, a 4-year-old dog, was in the family yard on Jackson Drive when a quad reportedly lost control and struck the animal. Dusty was killed in the crash. Instead of stopping, the operator of the quad bike fled the area. Authorities are currently investigating the incident and following leads that could help them locate and identify the suspect. Anyone with relevant info is encouraged to contact Danbury Police and help with the investigation.
Regardless of circumstance or victim, hit-and-run is a serious offense and suspects have to be made liable for their actions. These reckless individuals can face charges/claims filed by both the state and by aggrieved parties affected by their actions.
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