Mystery Truck Smashes Into Home, Driver Disappears

DANVILLE — On Saturday, April 30, at approximately 6:42 a.m., Jennifer Legacy contacted the Vermont State Police to report that a vehicle had crashed in the front yard of her residence at some point during the previous night. Legacy’s residence is located at 2737 Peacham Road, Danville. The vehicle, a 1998 Jeep Cherokee, black, had traveled off the main portion of the roadway, struck Legacy’s vehicle and residence, causing damage to both.

Troopers responded to the residence and found that the operator was not present with the vehicle and the license plate was not assigned to the Jeep Cherokee. At this time the police are waiting for damage estimates to Legacy’s vehicle and residence. This case is under investigation and anyone with information related to this incident are encouraged to contact Trooper Pilner at the State Police barracks in St. Johnsbury (802) 748-3111.

-From a Vermont State Police press release

(Posted on Jen Legacy-Gray's Facebook Page: "Please help us identify the driver of this vehicle. This Jeep went off the road and hit our house last night on Peacham Road in Danville. It hit the house, totaled my husband's commercial mower and slammed into my new car parked in our driveway. The driver then got out and ran away. The plates do not belong on the car and there is nothing to identify the driver in the vehicle. This person did thousands of dollars of damage and ran away. If you know who this Jeep belongs to please call the Vermont State Police, thank you for helping our family!"

(Posted on Jen Legacy-Gray’s Facebook Page: “Please help us identify the driver of this vehicle. This Jeep went off the road and hit our house last night on Peacham Road in Danville. It hit the house, totaled my husband’s commercial mower and slammed into my new car parked in our driveway. The driver then got out and ran away. The plates do not belong on the car and there is nothing to identify the driver in the vehicle. This person did thousands of dollars of damage and ran away. If you know who this Jeep belongs to please call the Vermont State Police, thank you for helping our family!”

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