Police: Hit-and-run suspects hit parked cars, mailboxes

Donny and Gregory Seegers. (Source: GCPD)
Donny and Gregory Seegers. (Source: GCPD)

GOOSE CREEK, SC (WCSC) - Two men have been arrested following a Monday night hit-and-run involving multiple parked cars and mailboxes in the Hayden Hill subdivision, according to the Goose Creek Police Department.

Donny Seegers, 38, has been arrested and charged with hit and run property damage, reckless driving, and hit and run unattended vehicle. Gregory Seegers, 40, was arrested and charged with drunkenness in public.

Police say they were called out to the 602 Parkwood Drive Monday around 10 p.m. in reference to a hit and run.

According to an incident report, a car, driven by Donny, hit three parked vehicles, two mailboxes, and almost hit a resident. Neighbors then chased the occupants of the vehicle, who got out of the car and ran away.

Residents at the scene gave police descriptions of the suspects.

Police say they found Gregory walking down Montague Plantation Road towards Boulder Bluff Subdivision. The suspect, who admitted he was drunk, told officers he was asleep in the car when the deployment of the airbags woke him up.

Gregory was arrested and taken to Trident Hospital with injuries to his leg.

Officers say Donny and the third occupant were seen by neighbors walking into the backyard of Donny's mother's home around 1:45 a.m.

The report states Donny was arrested and taken to Trident Hospital with to injuries to his arm resulting from the collision.

Both suspects were then taken to the Berkeley County Detention Center.

According to the report, the third occupant was not charged in the incident.

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