• June 08, 2022

Bicyclist Charles Todd Killed in Hit-and-Run on Old Tyler Road in Nacogdoches, TX

UPDATE (June 16, 2022): Sources have identified the victim of this accident as 60-year-old Charles Todd.

Nacogdoches, TX -- June 7, 2022, a cyclist was struck and killed by a vehicle in a hit-and-run along Old Tyler Road in Nacogdoches.

Authorities say the incident happened some time before 6:30 p.m. when police got a call about the victim lying next to the street in the 3300 block of Old Tyler Road.

Investigators arrived and found the man dead of his injuries at the scene. They believe he may have been hit by a car while riding a bicycle in the area.

The investigation is ongoing. No further information is available at this time.

Commentary on Charles Todd Hit-and-Run on Old Tyler Rd in Nacogdoches

It's hugely frustrating seeing accidents like this, and I have no doubt just about everyone is as mad as I am any time someone leaves the scene of an accident--especially a fatal one. I think all would agree it's best that driver is found and faces consequences.

While there isn't much information available right now to make that happen, simply keeping any details or developments in the public eye can be crucial for reaching a resolution. If police remain diligent and civilians keep their eyes peeled, someone is often able to connect the dots to a friend, neighbor, co-worker, partner, ex-partner, or even just a passing stranger so police can identify and apprehend them.

Hopefully cooperation between law enforcement and the community will make some progress in finding the hit-and-run suspect and getting some much-needed answers for a grieving family.

Bicyclist Charles Todd Killed in Hit-and-Run on Old Tyler Road in Nacogdoches, TX
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