Driver of Hit and Run at Jackson's LocatedPress Release
SAN ANGELO, TX -- The hit and run that occurred at Jackson's Ladies Fashion has some answers. The driver of the car that collided with the building has been located.
The investigation began around 9:40 this morning when the Department’s Hit and Run Investigator, Officer Steven Quade, responded to the location and found significant damage to the Store’s brick façade and interior. Racks of clothing are believed to have stopped the vehicle from completely entering the store.
Through investigation, Officer Quade located the damaged suspect vehicle, a blue 2015 Hyundai Sonata, parked at a nearby convenience store. The vehicle, which donned remnants of brick and other debris from the collision, was unoccupied.
Subsequent to Officer Quade’s field investigation the vehicle’s driver, Jennifer Torres, 22, of San Angelo, was located and interviewed. Torres claimed no injury from the collision. Torres is not the vehicle’s registered owner.
Torres was cited for No Driver’s License, Failure to Control Speed, and Failure to Stop and Leave Information – Duty on Striking Structure.