Walking away from an accident doesn’t help when you’re drunk

The following items can be found on file with the Haddonfield Police Department:

• An officer on patrol near Station Avenue on July 3 at 4:44 a.m. heard a loud crash and saw a suspect walking away from the scene of an accident. When the officer stopped the suspect he admitted to be driving the vehicle that had just been in an accident.

The suspect refused treatment from the Haddonfield EMS unit and subsequently failed a blood alcohol test. The suspect registered a .15 percent blood alcohol level.

The suspected was transported back to police headquarters and his vehicle was towed. He was charged with driving while intoxicated and released to a friend.

• A Rhoads Avenue resident reported to police on July 2 at 3 a.m. that three male suspects threw a red recycling can at the side of his black Honda and dented a side panel.

Several neighbors confirmed the time of the incident and the number of suspects. An area check revealed negative results.