There was an incident over Christmas break involving a co-worker of mine-
From what he said, he stopped, and then was rear-ended by another car. When he got out to look at the damage, the other guy nailed him in the face with something, leaving him with a shattered eye socket and badly broken nose. The other guy then left.
The car is a blue/light blue 2dr compact, most likely a Honda, with the partial WA plate 198- driven by a dark-skinned (black) male, and the car will have damage to the nose from hitting a Ranger with a black bumper and 2" receiver.
If anybody sees this car, please call the Bremerton Police with the full plate number and description.
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i'll keep my eyes open on this end. i see alot of wa. plated cars that pass by here going to mt. hood. you know skiing and whatnot.
who knows the guy probably garaged it! or got another ? washington tags w/198 in it.
if i spot them out here, i'll alert osp or sandy pd. i know most of sandy pd and i'll show them this post. if i have to. and if i do see the car i will get tag# and a description. and i will post it.
sounds like he got his face busted up pretty bad. nobody deserves that, not any time of the year! ever!!! tell your buddy to get well soon.
please let us know if this sob is caught. he sounds like he needs an attitude adjustment!!!!!!!!!!!
P.S. GRRRRR!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I HATE PEOPLE LIKE THAT!
We will confront if seen. With pretty Blue/Red Xmas lights....He bumped into my truck, I have know idea how he got those treads across his forehead or those 1/2" holes through his knees. There is no gun powder residue on my hands or jacket.
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