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Hatfield Man Allegedly Leaves Blank Note After Accident

Matthew Keyser, 41, of Clymer Road, allegedly backed into an unoccupied car at Stony Creek Sports Park and left a blank note on the windshield

A Hatfield man has been charged by Whitpain Township Police for accidents involving unattended vehicle after he allegedly backed into a car and left a blank note on the windshield.

Matthew Keyser, 41, of the 1200 block of Clymer Road, was seen by a witness allegedly backing into a vehicle in the parking lot of Stony Creek Sports Park, 500 North Wales Road, Whitpain, on Oct. 24, police said.

Keyser got out to check for damage, police said. The witness spoke to Keyser and suggested he leave his information on a note on the victim's car, police said.

Keyser did so and left the lot, police said. The victim came out to his car before 8:45 p.m., and found two notes on his car, police said.

One note was a blank piece of paper left on the windshield allegedly by Keyser, police said.

The second piece of paper was a note left by the witness containing Keyser's vehicle information, police said.

patchifier November 09, 2012 at 12:26 AM
Ha! Pwned by the witness!

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