Police: Driver smashes SUV into parked cars, flips it, then flees D’Park scene

Ouch: Police rushed to Argyle Road in Ditmas Park on Saturday after the driver of a Porsche Cayenne plowed it into two parked cars on the street, damaging them but injuring no one.
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Cops are looking for the driver of a sport-utility vehicle who on Saturday smashed the car into two others parked on a residential Ditmas Park street, flipping it, and then fled the scene.

The motorist driving a white Porsche Cayenne, whom cops have yet to identify, plowed it into the other cars parked on Argyle Road between Cortelyou and Dorchester roads around 5 pm, according to Police Department spokesman Det. Martin Brown, who said the collision injured no one.

The driver fled on foot after crashing into the four-wheelers and flipping the Porsche on its side, and authorities are still trying to track down the car’s owner, said Brown, who added the motorist could be slapped with charges including fleeing a scene with property damage.

Reach Deputy Editor Anthony Rotunno at or by calling (718) 260-8303.
Updated 11:41 am, October 22, 2018
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