Update March 7: Deputies with the Pender County Sheriff’s office arrested Alyssa Marie Angus Wednesday evening. Angus is being held on a $35,000 secured bond.
WILMINGTON — Wilmington Police Department obtained warrants for the arrest of Alyssa Marie Angus for a hit and run incident two weeks ago after multiple people came forward with information.
Wilmington Police Department charged Angus, 27, with a hit and run causing serious injury, failure to yield causing serious injury and assault with a deadly weapon inflicting serious injury.
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Angus allegedly struck a pedestrian, a Wilmington bartender walking to work, shattering his foot and ankle. The victim had the right of way and was midway through the intersection of South Third and Dock Streets when Angus struck him with her vehicle at approximately 8 p.m. Feb. 23.
When Angus struck the victim, he flew into the air onto the vehicle, according to a Wilmington Police Department release. Angus ran over the victim after he rolled off the hood of her car, while she was fleeing the scene.
Though warrants for the Hampstead woman have been obtained, it’s not clear whether or not police have arrested Angus.