A Villager’s son has been been sentenced after leaving the scene of a hit-and-run crash.
Mark Regan, 36, of Pennsylvania, who was visiting his father at 1480 Summerlin St. within the Village of Hawkins, was driving a inexperienced Mazda 3 at about 3 p.m. Could 1 when he rear-ended a trailer being towed by a truck within the space of State Street 44 and Powell Street, in accordance with an arrest report from the Wildwood Police Division. The opposite driver stated Regan initially pulled off into the median, however didn’t make any try to trade info. He “abruptly left” and headed west on State Street 44. The opposite driver gave police the Pennsylvania license plate variety of Regan’s automobile.
An officer ran the license plate quantity and located that Regan resides out of state. The officer checked a database and found that Regan’s father lives in The Villages. Police contacted Regan’s father who stated his son had a health care provider’s appointment at an workplace at Freedom Plaza on State Street 44. Officers went to Freedom Plaza and located Regan’s inexperienced Mazda.
He was arrested on a cost of leaving the scene of an accident.
Final week in Sumter County Court docket, he entered a plea of no contest within the case. He was positioned on probation for six months and ordered to carry out 20 hours of neighborhood service.