ANNAPOLIS, Md. — Police say a 24-year-old man turned himself in after hitting a pedestrian with his car, and witnesses say the man intentionally struck the man after a dispute.
The Capital of Annapolis reports Clifton Allen Phillips of Severn turned himself in after the incident. He was charged with first and second degree assault. His attorney said at a court hearing Friday that there may be “two sides to the story” and noted Phillips was the one who called police.
A fire department spokesman says the victim who was hit was taken to the hospital with injuries that do not appear to be life threatening.
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