REDSTONE MAN ADMITS HITTING SIGN AT CONWAY ROUNDABOUT

by Christian Mower on May 8, 2012

CONWAY POLICE SAY A REDSTONE MAN DID THE RIGHT THING AND WILL NOT BE CHARGED AFTER THE MAN ADMITTED HE HIT A TRAFFIC SIGN ON NORTH SOUTH ROAD.

PATROL OFFICER MICHAEL BOUCHER RESPONDED TO THE SCENE JUST SOUTH OF THE ROUNDABOUT SHORTLY AFTER 9:15 P.M. MONDAY AND FOUND SOME FRONT END COMPONENTS OF A MAROON SEDAN.

ONE DRIVER REPORTED HITTING A SIGN IN THE MIDDLE OF THE ROAD – ANOTHER REPORTED SEEING GLASS AND A TIRE IN THE ROAD AND A BUMPER WAS REPORTED TO BE ON THE SIDE OF THE ROAD NEAR THE ROUNDABOUT.

POLICE RECORDS INDICATE A REDSTONE RESIDENT SHOWED UP AT THE POLICE STATION SHORTLY BEFORE 9:45 P.M. MONDAY TO REPORT HE HAD HIT THE SIGN AT THE ROTARY.

THE CONWAY TOWN CREW WAS NOTIFIED TUESDAY MORNING THE SIGN NEEDED TO BE REPLACED.