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Boynton Cops Seek Hit And Run Driver, Injured Victim At Vigil

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White Chevy Camaro Sought, Struck Person On Federal.

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BOYNTON BEACH, FL ( (Copyright © 2022 MetroDesk Media, LLC) — A candlelight vigil for Stanley Davis, the teen victim of a 2022 police chase, turned violent itself when the driver of white Chevrolet Camaro allegedly hit an event attendee and fled the scene. The Boynton Beach Police Department is now seeking information regarding the driver –and the vehicle.

The Boynton Beach Police Department issued this statement late Tuesday:

“On Monday, December 26th, 2022 at or around 6:00 PM, a group of approximately twenty-five individuals gathered in the 800 block of N Federal Hwy for a candlelight vigil. At approximately 6:25 PM, an attendee attempted to cross Federal Hwy and was struck by a vehicle traveling northbound. The vehicle failed to remain on scene and was last observed continuing north on Federal Hwy. As a result of the crash, the victim sustained serious injuries but is expected to survive.”

The Police Department says it attempted to contact organizers of the vigil but were unsuccessful at doing so. At no time, according to police, did event organizers ask for police assistance for traffic control.

“The Boynton Beach Police Department is asking the community to assist us in locating the vehicle involved in the crash,” according to the statement. “The involved vehicle is described as a newer model (2021-2022), white in color Chevrolet Camaro. The vehicle, at a minimum, sustained damage to the front bumper, fog light, and damage to the passenger side mirror. If you have any information, please call Officer Mastro at 561-742-6100.”


Paul Saperstein


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