DERBY, Conn. (AP/WTNH) — A man accused of hitting a store clerk with a car is back in court today.
Police say it happened while the suspect was trying to steal some David Hasselhoff signs.
Nineteen-year-old Adam Holter is charged with second-degree assault and second-degree reckless endangerment.
Authorities say a Cumberland Farms clerk was injured on Aug. 20 of last year when he tried to stop a man from stealing two signs featuring Hasselhoff promoting iced coffee.
The employee, 36-year-old Jason Crowley, was was dragged by the man’s SUV while trying to stop him from leaving with the signs.
Crowley’s mother tells News 8 her son suffered a serious head injury and still can’t speak.
Holter faces a hearing Wednesday in Derby Superior Court.
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