Driver in Ferrisburgh hit-and-run turns himself in

Published: Dec. 11, 2017 at 7:16 AM EST
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The man accused in a hit-and-run car crash turned himself in.

Vermont State Police say Tucker Bond-Watts, 32, showed up with an attorney at the New Haven police barracks Sunday.

His lawyer told police he was the man driving the red pickup truck that hit a car on Route 7 in Ferrisburgh Friday.

A mother, father and 8-year-old boy were inside a car that was sent rolling after a red pickup truck crashed into it.

Police say Bond-Watts left before emergency crews arrived.

The family was urging the driver to come forward and say they're grateful to be alive.

Tucker Bond-Watts will be in court Monday.

Police would like to hear from you if you know what Bond-Watt's was doing before the crash.