Man Crashes into Rapid Cash Store in Orlando Suspect on the Run

Man Crashes into Rapid Cash Store in Orlando: Suspect on the Run

ORLANDO, Fla. –  According to authorities, a man from Florida crashed into a business in Orlando after losing control of his vehicle. Following the collision, the man fled the scene despite sustaining injuries.

The individual involved, Clarence Marshall, aged 38, was driving a white Hyundai at a high speed when he ran a red light at the intersection of Curry Ford Rd. and S. Semoran Blvd. Witnesses reported that the car hit a road dip, causing it to become airborne.

Due to the loss of control, Marshall crashed into the Rapid Cash store on Curry Ford Rd. After getting out of the car and seeking assistance, he fled from the scene, as stated in an arrest affidavit.

Law enforcement officers, aided by a K-9 unit and the Orange County Sheriff’s Office helicopter, eventually discovered Marshall located between a shed and a fence at 1309 Montego Ln.

Marshall was taken to the hospital to receive treatment for a head wound sustained during the crash.

While at the hospital, Marshall informed the officers that he was en route to his mother’s house when the incident occurred.

Upon checking Marshall’s license, it was revealed that it had been revoked since 2004, and he had two prior convictions for driving with a suspended license.

Consequently, Marshall has been charged with leaving the scene of a crash involving injuries, leaving the scene of a crash causing property damage, and driving with a revoked license.

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