Currituck County Sheriff seeks info on hit-and-run

By on August 3, 2022

(Currituck County Sheriff’s Office)

The Currituck County Sheriff’s office is reporting that on the night of Aug. 2, we had a hit-and-run with a serious injury occur in Currituck. The time was between 11:20 p.m. and 11:30 p.m. A male was struck by a southbound vehicle on US 158 near Peachtree St. in the Jarvisburg area.

Witnesses described the vehicle leaving the area as a white or grey 4-door sedan heading south towards Dare County. The victim suffered a lower leg injury so there may be minimum damage to the vehicle. Trooper P.G. Hohenstein is the lead investigator. Our office number is (252) 453-8204, HP (252) 441-7341 and communications non-emergency is (252) 453-3633. Thank you for any assistance with this incident.

 

 

 




Comments

  • Jeff Walker

    Why does the Currituck sheriff’s office have the Las Vegas Golden Knights helmet logo in their official seal?

    Thursday, Aug 4 @ 5:17 am
  • Scott

    Jeff Walker, the helmet has completely different “eyes”, and no “crest” on it’s head. The biggest question is how a local “paper” has the exact same logo as Sun Electronics.

    Thursday, Aug 4 @ 9:39 am
  • tp

    It’s probably the other way around. The Currituck County nights go back much farther in time than the Vegas Golden Knights. The predecessor of Currituck County High School was Joseph P Knapp High School, named after the founder of Ducks Unlimited. The name Knight goes back to Edward Collins Knight, the builder of the Whalehead Club.

    https://sites.google.com/site/currituckknightsfootball/knapp/why-the-knights

    Thursday, Aug 4 @ 10:48 am
  • Bill

    Jeff Walker : That’s a good question. Currituck doesn’t strike me as being a Hockey Town.

    Thursday, Aug 4 @ 11:21 am
  • Dethrol

    With a nod to the artistic license taken by the creator of this crest, the helmet depicted appears to be modeled after Spartan equipment. It is most probably meant to be a generic image of a helmet to correspond with the use of the helmet in heraldry. In heraldry, the helmet symbolizes security, strength, protection, honor, courage and loyalty, among other things (depending upon whose heraldry you’re talking about and which history book you read). It’s a fitting and fine symbol for any law enforcement organization.

    Thursday, Aug 4 @ 2:02 pm
  • Mary

    This discussion of the Currituck seal is totally off of the headline topic and disrespectful to the families and friends of this hit-and-run victim. Have your history lessons another time as people are seeking help to solve this tragic event.

    Friday, Aug 5 @ 9:34 am
  • John

    Please post how we can help the victim
    Hope they will be ok

    Friday, Aug 5 @ 10:34 pm
  • Amanda

    Mary, thank you for saying what needed to be said.

    Sunday, Aug 7 @ 1:33 pm
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