Driven on the windshield | Washington Hispanic

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Prince George's County Police are asking for help from the community and auto shops to find a driver who hit a Hispanic man in Lanham, Maryland, over the weekend, then continued driving for 2 miles with the body of the man “stuck” to the windshield of the car. Police found the body of Franklin Membreño Méndez, 28, of New Carrollton, on Ardwick Ardmore Road shortly after 4 a.m. Saturday. Mendez had been involved in another minor accident about 2 miles away in the 8900 block of Annapolis Road. The man reportedly got out of his vehicle to see the damage, and then he was hit by another vehicle,” said police spokeswoman Emily Austin. He “got stuck in the windshield of that vehicle, and that's when the driver drove approximately 2 miles to Ardwick Ardmore Road where he left the body there.” The suspected hit-and-run vehicle is a gray 2011-2017 Honda Civic with a large white decal on the top of the rear window, which may have damage to the passenger side, front bumper, fender, and windshield of the vehicle. . Any information can be given to Police 1-866-411-TIPS (8477)Yoto.

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