Norwalk – DUI/Hit-And-Run Suspect Arrested
A motorist was arrested in Norwalk following a pedestrian incident last Saturday.
A 32-year-old pedestrian was attempting to cross North Main Street at approximately 2:20 a.m. when a white Ford Fusion hit him. Instead of stopping, the driver of the vehicle immediately fled the scene. The victim sustained facial injuries and was transported by responders to Norwalk Hospital for treatment. Officials started searching for the suspect and, after pursuing a lead from a witness, was apprehended before the on-ramp to I-95. According to police, the driver, 37-year-old Cameron Davis, failed a sobriety test and was taken into custody. He is currently facing counts of assault with a motor vehicle and driving under the influence, among other charges. He is scheduled to appear in court on October 8.
Pedestrian accidents almost always result in serious injuries, and these cases are only aggravated by instances of hit-and-run and/or driving under the influence. Following these cases is useful because they inform us of the circumstances surrounding these incidents, and our options if ever we or our loved ones are involved in similar situations. Suffice it to say, talking to legal experts can be beneficial in these situations.
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