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July 23, 2014
The Review

Called to the parking lot of Save-A-Lot July 12 for a vehicle that struck a building and other vehicle, Patrolman Salvatore Scarafile was advised by witnesses the driver had left on foot, missing a shoe. Scarafile located the driver, Dustin Carr, 30, Lincoln Avenue, walking behind a garage toward the 200 block of Broadway, limping and missing a shoe. He also smelled of alcohol, according to reports. Witnesses reported the vehicle had struck the house then reversed, striking a vehicle owned by Linda Householder, Wood Street, which was pushed into a Jeep owned by Allison Walker, Chester, W.Va., before the driver and a female passenger left on foot. Entering the house, Scarafile found Robert Wetzel sleeping upstairs, unaware that his house had been struck. He said Carr had stayed there the previous night but did not have permission to use his truck. Carr was cited with physical control, failure to control, failure to report an accident and unauthorized use of a vehicle.



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