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Hit and run accident, CA license 7LXB556 Please spread this story on social media

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Posted 15 October 2015 - 09:10 AM

This happened on Wednesday, October 14, 2015 at 17:23 (5:23pm) in Norwalk, CA right in front of the Norwalk court house. The young man who hit me was driving a late-model silver crossover SUV with California license number 7LXB556. The young driver with three passengers claimed he would pull over but instead sped off. Since I had the plate number, I didn't bother to give chase. The mother of this young driver (20 years old at most) must be pretty low-down for teaching her cowardly son such disrespect for the law, other people and his own friends when he recklessly sped off nearly causing another accident. She's likely some waste of skin, two-bit, crack whore and the cowardly looser son is no better. I'm sure she's really proud of her son for running from responsibility like a scared rat.


I then went to the police station just down the street from the court house where I had to wait nearly an hour and a half for one of their two traffic officers to show up to file a report. Officer Ortiz ( L.A. County Sheriff #479521) was less than enthusiastic to take my report. What he was saying to me and the way he was talking gave me the impression that he was discouraging me from filling a report. I had to reiterate twice that I demand to move forward with the report.


As many of you know, I am a social media misanthrope. I don't do facebook, twitter, instagram, etc., so I am reaching out to those of you that are social media butterflies to spread this story around as much as you can. I doubt this driver will ever be prosecuted for this but if this story can reach enough people, perhaps someone in his family will help him grow a set of balls, man up, and convince him to take responsibility.
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Posted 06 November 2015 - 04:40 PM

View PostMark V, on 15 October 2015 - 10:10 AM, said:

This happened on Wednesday, October 14, 2015 at 17:23 (5:23pm) in Norwalk, CA right in front of the Norwalk court house. The young man who hit me was driving a late-model silver crossover SUV with California license number 7LXB556. The young driver with three passengers claimed he would pull over but instead sped off. Since I had the plate number, I didn't bother to give chase. The mother of this young driver (20 years old at most) must be pretty low-down for teaching her cowardly son such disrespect for the law, other people and his own friends when he recklessly sped off nearly causing another accident. She's likely some waste of skin, two-bit, crack whore and the cowardly looser son is no better. I'm sure she's really proud of her son for running from responsibility like a scared rat.


I then went to the police station just down the street from the court house where I had to wait nearly an hour and a half for one of their two traffic officers to show up to file a report. Officer Ortiz ( L.A. County Sheriff #479521) was less than enthusiastic to take my report. What he was saying to me and the way he was talking gave me the impression that he was discouraging me from filling a report. I had to reiterate twice that I demand to move forward with the report.


As many of you know, I am a social media misanthrope. I don't do facebook, twitter, instagram, etc., so I am reaching out to those of you that are social media butterflies to spread this story around as much as you can. I doubt this driver will ever be prosecuted for this but if this story can reach enough people, perhaps someone in his family will help him grow a set of balls, man up, and convince him to take responsibility.

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Posted 04 December 2015 - 10:50 AM

This is pretty much resolved, a case of young adults who should not be driving a family members car. One is now incarcerated on a totally unrelated prior charge. Damage is minimal.Old cars rock!
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Posted 20 October 2017 - 05:21 AM

they should have made those awful walls illegal, but when does FINA ever get it right?...
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