A Thomasville police officer described a Saturday incident as a six-vehicle wreck, but only five vehicles are accounted for.
Police responded at 12:10 a.m. Saturday to Martin Luther King Drive and Campbell Street, where officers found a damaged 2000 Pontiac Grand Am in the street and a 1992 Ford Explorer that had traveled through a fence and into Gross Vault & Monument Co.
The Pontiac, driven by Desirae Rollins, 21, 510 Old Albany Road, struck the Explorer, driven by Johnny Everett, 57, 611 N. Boulevard, said Lt. Eric Hampton, Thomasville Police Department public information officer.
Witnesses told police the Pontiac appeared to be chasing a Lexus.
Officers found Everett lying on the ground next to the Explorer.
“Rollins got out and left the scene of the accident,” Hampton said.
The Explorer struck three vault trucks parked at the business, Hampton said.
The officer said Everett was transported by the Thomas County Emergency Medical Service to Archbold Memorial Hospital, but Archbold had no record of Everett Monday afternoon.
Rollins is charged with reckless driving, duty to stop at accident with damage and injuries, aggressive driving and following too closely.
The Lexus was not located.