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Sheriff's Deputies Investigate A Hit and Run

The Perry County Sheriff’s Office investigated a hit and run accident on September 8, 2019 @ approximately 12:58 AM near Bigelow.

Caller stated that there was a man at his house that stated that he’d been hit by a car. Upon arrival deputies met with a Brady Ferguson, 22yrs old of Roland, AR. Ferguson stated that he was walking down the road when he noticed headlights getting closer to him. The next thing he knew he was flying in the air and he woke up in the ditch.

While in route to the call, a separate deputy noticed that there were two vehicles sitting at the corner of Taylor Loop and State HWY 113 South in Bigelow. Deputy stopped to identify these subjects and they were the wife and mother of the injured subject, the wife stated that she had been looking for him for the last 30 minutes. The wife (Tristen Brownlee, 21yrs old of Roland) stated that her and Ferguson was coming home from some friends. Brownlee stated that they started arguing and he told her that he was going to jump from the car if she didn’t stop arguing. Brownlee stated that she was slowing down and he jumped out of the car.

After further investigation deputies discovered damage to Brownlee’s car that was equivalent to the injuries that he had sustained. Unknown if she had hit him on purpose or if she was so intoxicated that she didn’t realize that she had hit Ferguson.

Brownlee was arrested and charged with aggravated assault, DWI, and leaving the scene of an accident with injury.

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