The Driver Seems To Have Intentionally Crashed Into The Woman

A Poulsbo man, 31, has been arrested for many offenses in both Jefferson and Pierce counties.

The Washington State Patrol reported that calls of a reckless Lexus SUV began at about 9:30 a.m. Monday.

Since the morning, WSP has been fielding calls.

Later, at around 6 p.m., police in Jefferson County got word of a hit-and-run involving the same car.

Twenty minutes later, a man claims to have seen the fugitive at the Hood Canal Bridge on Highway 104.

CB Bell informed Bridget Chavez of KIRO 7 that he swerved to avoid getting hit, but his car was hit anyway.

“I slowed way down and pulled over, and he came, and he just clipped the mirror, and he just popped it off and drove off,” CB Bell recalled. It’s a little unsettling. I can’t stand it; it’s terrifying.

According to the Kitsap County Sheriff’s Office, the suspect intentionally rammed a woman with their automobile at a gas station in Poulsbo at around 6:30 p.m. and then attempted to run over a man walking down Highway 3.

In the Hilltop store, a woman was accompanied by her husband. The woman picked up some trash on the way back to the car from the store and walked to a nearby trash can to dispose of it.

On camera, the silver or white Lexus can be seen pulling into the parking lot just as she throws it away. The car collided with the pedestrian head-on, pinning her between itself and the store’s glass and steel facade.

After a quick U-turn, the automobile sped out of the parking garage.

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What Happened To The Woman?

It was all she could do to keep from collapsing. Poulsbo Fire Department members attended to her after she suffered leg injuries.

As KSCO deputies arrived, they were confronted by a guy who claimed he had been almost struck. The vehicle looked like the one that had hit the woman.

The man was walking north on Highway 3, approximately a mile south of the store, when he claimed a car swerved towards him. Angered by the man’s words, the motorist did a U-turn and headed straight for him, forcing him to take refuge in a ditch. After that, the vehicle sped off.

The car was linked to another hit-and-run in Pierce County near 1-5 South 72nd Street in Tacoma, according to the sheriff’s office.

U.S. Army Military Police quickly apprehended the driver without authorization after discovering his car on Joint Base Lewis McChord.

Police from the King County Sheriff’s Office (KCSO) is looking into the incidents in Poulsbo. WSP is looking into the Tacoma hit-and-run.

WSP reports that the defendant was arrested and charged with first-degree robbery, second-degree assault, and hit-and-run.

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