By Casby Bias
May 26, 2012
A young girl slammed her family’s car door into a woman’s Honda vehicle, a college student said Saturday at a local Sam's Club.
The college student said future fines and injustice would’ve been on the innocent owner of the Honda for the “hit-and-run” incident.
Casby Bias, junior at Marquette University and daughter of the Honda possesser, talked more about the event.
"I felt a bump, and turned my head around to a little girl, grinning at me," Bias said. "I was like, ‘The heck?’"
An older woman then came over, joined the girl in the passenger’s seat, looked straight at Bias and pulled the door to the red truck shut. The family left damages – a side mirror on the Honda in an outward position – as they were.
No serious harm came to the car. But Bias wrote down the red truck’s license plate just in case.
"I'm sure (she) did," J. Bias, the mother of the college student, said and rolled her eyes.