0.5 min readBy Published On: February 21st, 2014Categories: Features3 Comments

Honestly,  who hits and runs? Jetta – hit and run

A Southie resident recently had her car damaged significantly to the driver’s side door.  Her car was parked on East Eighth Street near G Street, near the outbound #11 bus stop.  The car is a black Jetta and was parked from Tuesday morning until Thursday afternoon.   The person who hit the car did not leave a note. 

She needs your help, Southie!  If anyone witnessed anything that could help with information to find the driver who hit and run, kindly reach out to Lisa at [email protected]

Thank you!

3 Comments

  1. Anonymous February 22, 2014 at 12:00 am

    Is this for real? How many cars are vandalized constantly in Southie because someone parks in someone else’s “spot”, and half the time there’s nothing even being used as a space saver.

  2. Anonymous February 23, 2014 at 12:01 am
    I hear ya! Someone tore my passenger side mirror off so it was hanging and no note! What happened to Southie :(
  3. mplo April 19, 2014 at 5:45 pm

    I once came out from visiting some friends in Cambridge, and I came out and found the left outside mirror dangling from my car–the glass broken, and the wires exposed, and everything.  What was really disgusting is the fact that nobody left a note or anything.  

    I also recall coming out of school one day many years ago (I was commuting from a suburb into the city for school at that time), and finding that somebody had crumpled my left front fender, without leaving a note or anything.  

    Unfortunately, people don’t seem to leave notes like they’re supposed to any more.   As disgusting as it is, I can understand why people do that–they don’t want to admit that they caused damage to someone else’s car, because they don’t want their auto insurance rates to go up.

     

     

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