SILVERTON, Ohio -- A Silverton man is facing charges for allegedly going to extremes over the weekend when his vehicle was being repossessed.
Charles Alexander, 41, was arrested outside his home late Saturday night. He's charged with felony attempted vehicular assault and another count of misdemeanor failure to stop after an accident.
Police say two repo men allowed Alexander to get in the vehicle to retrieve some of his items when the car was on the tow truck's hook. At that point, Alexander allegedly started the car, put it in reverse, and struck one of the men.
Alexander fled, but was found with the use of a GPS device. The man who was struck was not seriously injured.
Alexander was arraigned on Monday.
Wednesday, November 18, 2009
OH Repo Man Struck By Repossessed Car
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