A man wanted in a hit-and-run accident was apprehended by police. The 2001 Ford Taurus, owned and operated by Ryan P Freeling 19, who resides in the 100 block of West New Jersey Avenue in Villas, was traveling south on Seashore Road when, for unknown reasons, it left the roadway striking a traffic signal and proceeding through a chain link fence, surrounding Jersey Cape Marine, located at 656 Rt 9 Erma. After going through the chain link fence, the vehicle struck and damaged 2 boat trailers and 2 boats which were being stored at that business. Freeling, along with his passenger, abandoned the vehicle and fled on foot. Freeling was charged with multiple summonses in regard to the motor vehicle accident and is also being charged criminally with providing false information to Law enforcement officers.
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