Coyote attacks hit and run suspect leading to his arrest

According to West Grove Pennsylvania Police, Oliver Escobar-Perez was driving a 2007 Lincon that struck the rear of a 2007 Chevrolet. His car crossed the road and struck a Toyota that was parked in a private driveway. Witnesses saw Perez exit the vehicle on foot. A resident called 911 and told officers a man was requesting medical assistance due to being attacked by a coyote.

Officers found Escobar-Perez in a shed covered in mud. He was visibly intoxicated and admitted to smoking meth. He was placed under arrest for suspicion of DUI and the car accident. He was transported to the hospital where he refused to give consent for a blood test.

Police said Escobar-Perez failed to give aid to the two other passengers who were injured. He also did not provide his information to the owner of the car he hit. Both are required by law.

Escobar-Perez was arrested and charged with accidents involving death or personal injury while not properly licensed, DUI-controlled substances, accidents involving damage to attended vehicle or property, recklessly endangering another person, giving false ID to law enforcement, and several other traffic offenses.