@susieq : Maybe, but I'm guessing it was a well-lit scene and he wasn't just darting out into the dark picking up bits of fender. I'm sure that more details will come out in the coming days, and I'm also sure that we'll have to follow up on our own because it won't be reported because the news media will be on to the next stories.
At some point it's just not going to be cost effective to even allow these things to happen.
"More than 70 more people were injured during the alcohol-fueled weekend, said emergency services district manager Doug Saunders, and medics scrambled to locate patients along the 27-mile stretch of beach. Nine patients were flown to hospitals and 62 people were transported by ground, Saunders said. An unconfirmed number of additional people needed first aid treatment. Their injuries ranged from minor to serious, Saunders said. Some people fell off moving vehicles, others broke ankles and at least one person was shot. Saunders said members of the Jeep clubs are not the problem. Instead, he said, other outsiders flock to the peninsula with no respect for the environment or the community, trashing the beach and leaving destruction. Trochesset said his agency arrested 175 people throughout the weekend, including 17 arrests for felony charges. "