Man charged with DUI #2 after hit-and-run in Troy

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TROY — A local man is facing numerous charges after police say he hit a vehicle and fled the scene early this morning.

State police received a report of a hit-and-run at a residence on Vermont Route 105 in Troy at around 12:00 a.m.

Aaron Prue told police that a truck struck his parked camper and fled.

The driver was identified as David Jones, 35, of Derby, police say.

The truck and Jones were later located at a residence on Cross Road in Newport Center.

Police say when they arrived, Jones displayed many signs and indicators of impairment.

He was taken into custody for suspicion of DUI #2, leaving the scene of a crash, and negligent operation.

Jones was transported to the Derby barracks where he was processed and later released with a citation.

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