Three adults and a 2-month-old girl were transported to Mary Washington Hospital for treatment after a Glenn Dale, MD man allegedly rammed his vehicle into another vehicle in Fredericksburg, Virginia State Police reported.
It was shortly before 11 a.m. on Saturday, Aug. 16, and Marlon Sebastian Bryan, a 42-year-old, was heading south on I-95 near the 130 mile marker. He was driving in a 2013 BMW SUV “when he intentionally rear-ended a 2011 Cadillac SUV,” said a statement from State Police. The impact of that crash caused the BMW to run off into the median, it added.
As troopers were coming to the scene to the respond to the crash, Bryan was running away, VSP alleges, adding that he was later caught inside an entertainment venue located in Central Park Plaza in Fredericksburg.
From their investigation, VSP concluded that Bryan crashed into the other vehicle to try to injure his passenger, a 23-year-old woman from Glen Allen, VA.
Although she was wearing a seatbelt, she was injured and was one of the people taken to the hospital, along with the 62-year-old Pennsylvania man who was driving the Cadillac and his two passengers, a 22-year-old woman and a baby who is only 2 months.
All of those who were treated were properly restrained, according to VSP, and their injuries were deemed as minor.
Bryan is charged one felony count of hit-and-run and one felony count of attempted malicious wounding. Jail records show he is being held in Rappahannock Regional Jail without bond.