Man Arrested In Hit And Run Accident - KAUZ-TV: Newschannel 6 Now | Wichita Falls, TX

Man Arrested In Hit And Run Accident

A Wichita Falls man is accused of driving while intoxicated, hitting another vehicle, and then fleeing the scene of the crime.     
Police say 50-year-old year old Eddie Patton was behind the wheel of a Dodge truck when he hit a motorcycle Saturday.
It happened on the 3700 block of Iowa Park Road.
Officers tell NewschannelSix he fled the scene and was later found on the 1500 blk. of Springlake.
Patton was charged with two counts of Intoxication Assault, once count of Accident Involving Personal Injury, and Failure to Stop.

 

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