Man arrested after hit-and-run in Brooklyn on Thursday morning

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Bradly Fox. Courtesy Brooklyn Police.

BROOKLYN  – A man was arrested Saturday morning in connection with a hit-and-run that took place on Thursday morning in Brooklyn, injuring one man.

According to police, the incident happened in the 8500 block of Clinton Road eastbound at about 5:15 a.m. Thursday. A 41-year-old male from Cleveland was walking in the street at the time. He was walking eastbound.

The driver of a dark-colored pick-up truck was driving eastbound and hit the victim, but did not stop. The victim was then taken to the hospital.

On Saturday, a man called Brooklyn police after noticing a dark-colored pick-up truck with a broken headlight at the Sunoco gas station on West 150th St. and Puritas. When an officer arrived, the owner of the truck was questioned and admitted to the hit-and-run.

The suspect was identified at Bradly Fox, 34, of Rocky River and he is set to appear in court Monday morning on felony charges. His specific charges have not yet been determined.