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Driver Arrested After Causing Two Consecutive Hit and Run Accidents

This week, local authorities reported that they arrested a driver after he allegedly hit a motorcycle two times during two hit and run accidents.

Authorities say that the hit and run accidents were, in fact, consecutive.  The first crash occurred at 1:00 AM on Sunday in Mesa.  Following the collision, the driver left the scene and the victim along with a witness chased the driver. 

The motorcyclist eventually managed to pull alongside the driver who then hit the biker, knocking him to the ground.  The driver then exited his vehicle and tried to flee the scene on foot before the witness and other people chased him down, detaining him for police.

Now, the man is facing multiple offenses including:  aggravated assault, forgery, DUI, and trespassing. 

If you have been arrested for driving under the influence in the city of Phoenix, we encourage you to contact our firm and enlist the help of a Phoenix DUI lawyer immediately. 

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