Man charged over Kelmscott fast-food hit and run

Brianna DuganThe West Australian
Police say the man allegedly reversed into a woman in her 50s in a drive-through on Albany Highway, before driving off.
Camera IconPolice say the man allegedly reversed into a woman in her 50s in a drive-through on Albany Highway, before driving off. Credit: Peter de Kruijff/Pilbara News

Armadale Detectives have charged a 36-year old man following a hit and run crash at a fast food outlet in Kelmscott on Monday.

Police say the man allegedly reversed into a woman in her 50s in the drive-through of the outlet, located on Albany Highway, before driving off.

Police say two women got out of the man’s car after a verbal altercation with the man, before he reversed into one of them.

The woman is in a serious but stable condition in RPH.

The man has been charged with a number of driving offences, including endangering life of a person, as well as stealing from supermarkets in Thornlie and Maddington.

The man is expected to appear in Armadale Magistrates Court today.

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