Hit and Run Leaves Local Home With Broken Fence
KREX News Room
GRAND JUNCTION, Colo.- A Grand Junction couple woke up disgruntled Thursday morning, to find that a car had smashed through their fence.
The couple woke up around 3:30 a.m. to the sound of a car skidding on gravel outside their home, which is located at 134 29 Road.
They say they looked out the window and didn't see anything at the time.
It wasn't until later when they were getting ready for work that they noticed the damage that had been done.
“I think someone was driving down the canal bank real fast and lost control,” said Debbie Blevens, the homeowner. “It had to be a truck because it lost both mirrors. It couldn’t get out of our lot so they ran through the other fence.”
Authorities say there are currently no known suspects and no vehicle description.
As for the homeowners, they're looking at a $500 bill to fix the fence.