Authorites Search For Suspect Wanted In Hit And Run

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Jonathan Tyler Hudson is charged with two counts of Accident Involving Injury. 
(credit: HCSO)

Jonathan Tyler Hudson is charged with two counts of Accident Involving Injury.
(credit: HCSO)

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The Harris County Sheriff’s Office now knows the suspect responsible for a hit and run incident last month; they are now asking for the public’s help in locating that suspect.

The man, who fled from the scene of the hit and run which resulted in the death of one woman and the injury of three others on October 28, 2012 in West Harris County, has been identified as Jonathan Tyler Hudson.

The HCSO provides details of the incident: “The driver of the vehicle, now identified as Jonathan Tyler Hudson, DOB 11/05/1991, was operating a white 2011 Chevrolet Camaro and was traveling northbound in the 5600 block of Old Greenhouse Road. Old Greenhouse Road intersects with Gummert Road. The Camaro continued north into the ditch on the north side of Gummert Road after failing to stop at the stop sign. The Camaro continued through the ditch and a fence to the back yard of a residence striking five people who were at the location for a Halloween party. The driver then fled the scene on foot, failing to stop and provide information or render aid.”

Hudson faces charges of two counts of accident involving injury.

Anyone that can provide information about Hudson’s whereabouts is asked to call the Harris County Sheriff’s Traffic Enforcement Division at 713-274-7400 or Crime Stoppers at 713-222-TIPS (8477).

Cicely C. Mitchell/ CBS Radio Houston

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