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Fleeing scene of crash doesn't often work

6:20 PM, May 9, 2013
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It's about 4 a.m. and a driver, who maybe has had too much to drink, crashes into a light pole.

No one is around, the crash doesn't occur near any homes and the driver decides not to stay and call authorities. He might think no one ever will know who did the damage to the city light.

Instead, an officer follows a trail of leaking fluid from the vehicle. A trail that, although stops before it reaches the vehicle, gets close enough for the officer to find the car. The officer arrests the man for drunken driving. ...

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