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Hit and run suspect faces long list of charges

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ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

An Albany man involved in a hit and run remains behind bars.

Albany Police say 42-year-old Glenn Jones was driving a 1995 Ford F-150 South on Martin Luther King Jr. Drive near Johnny W. Williams Road, when he hit two pedestrians then took off.

It happened around 6:40 Saturday night. 21-year-old LaQuisha Hines and 17-year-old Fernese Jenkins, both from Albany, were taken to the hospital and have since been released.

Officials found Jones at the Mount Zion Apartments and he has since been booked in the Dougherty County Jail, no bond has been set.

Jones has been charged with probation violation and a long list of additional charges:

  • Possession of dangerous drug
  • Drugs in original container required
  • DUI
  • DUI Less Safe
  • Driving with Suspended Privilege
  • Unlicensed Driver
  • Open Container Alcohol
  • Driver to exercise due care
  • Possession of Marijuana LTO (less than an ounce)
  • Leaving scene accident with injury

 

 

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