A 2010 Ford Taurus allegedly driven by Jason Craig Lyons of Livingston sits on the lawn at the Polk County Sheriff's Office off North Washington. Lyons was allegedly driving the car which belongs to his mother.
Driver Takes Out Fire Hydrant on Lawn of Sheriff's Office, LIVINGSTON, May 5, 2015 - At around 3:30 pm on May 5, 2015, a deputy with the Polk County Sheriff's Office drove upon the scene of an accident that had just occurred. A silver 2010 Ford Taurus driven by Jason Craig Lyons, 30, of Livingston had been south-bound on North Washington when his vehicle left the pavement to the right and rolled across the lawn of the Polk County Law Enforcement Center. The car knocked over a fire hydrant, continued across the driveway, and came to rest in the grass on the other side of the driveway. Lyons then fled the scene. Sergeant Ronnie Bogany with the Livingston Police Department was dispatched to investigate. While on the scene, Lyons' mom showed up and spoke with Sergeant Bogany. Bogany investigated the scene and then went and picked up Lyons at his house. Lyons admitted to driving the vehicle. Lyons will be charged with failure to ID at the scene of an accident, no driver's license, no insurance, expired registration and could be facing other charges. The vehicle was recovered by Ken's Towing and will be stored at Harrison Body Shop in Livingston.
Jason Craig Lyons, 30, of Livingston
Sergeant Ronnie Bogany with Livingston PD was dispatched to investigate the accident.
Tire marks across the lawn of the Polk County Law Enforcement Center off North Washington.
Lyons' vehicle crossed the driveway and finally stopped in another part of the lawn.
Lyons took out a fire hydrant.
This is where the fire hydrant was connected.
Lyons' vehicle was recovered by Ken's Towing.
Houdini was in a bad mood.
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