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Victim hit by car, then by driver‏
Saturday, March 15, 2014

RICHLAND COUNTY, SC - Richland County Sheriff Leon Lott is requesting the community’s assistance in identifying the man who assaulted a woman during a traffic accident.

Sheriff Leon Lott stated that on March 3, 2014 around 1:00 PM a van rear-ended another car at the intersection of Bluff Road at Blair Street. The Sheriff stated that the driver (described as a black male driving a dark blue, with wood grain, Plymouth Voyager) jumped out of the van and yelled at the driver that she could not call the police. Sheriff Leon Lott added that suspect then bent the SC Tag on the back of his van. When the victim got out of her car to take a picture of the suspect vehicle, the suspect yelled at and assaulted the victim; and then fled in the van.

Sheriff Leon Lott stated that once identified, the suspect will face charges of assault and multiple driving offenses.

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