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Texas teen found in truck, covered in dried blood at scene of crash

An “uncooperative” Texas teenager who was found covered in dried blood inside a broken-down pickup truck is reportedly refusing to help police figure out what happened.

Aaron Richard, 18, was found inside a white single-cab 1997 Chevrolet pickup truck by Tarrant County Sheriff’s Office deputies responding to a “major accident” on Interstate 20 in Fort Worth, Texas, early Monday morning. Facebook statement.

When officers arrived on scene, they noticed “large amounts of dried blood on the pickup truck and the suspect.”

A large amount of blood was found on the outside of the boy’s truck. Tarrant County Sheriff’s Office

“Richard was uncooperative when questioned about the source of blood stains” and refused to cooperate with the investigation, the sheriff’s office said in a statement. “There is noticeable damage to the driver’s side door, tailgate and left front quarter panel.”

Officers also noticed “large amounts of blood on the driver’s side A-frame and the exterior of the bed.”

Authorities suspect that bloodstains found on Richard and his truck were not his and were not the result of an accident. Fort Worth Star-Telegram.

An 18-year-old man was arrested at the scene on suspicion of DUI and booked into Ron Evans Correctional Centre.

Aaron Richard, 18, was discovered inside a pickup truck early Monday morning by deputies from the Tarrant County Sheriff’s Office who were responding to a “serious accident” in Fort Worth, Texas. Tarrant County Sheriff’s Office
Police suspect that the bloodstains on Richard and his truck were not his and were not the result of an accident. Tarrant County Sheriff’s Office

The sheriff’s office did not say whether investigators believe anyone is in danger or that anyone is dead.

Authorities also have not yet disclosed what led to Richard crashing the truck or whether he required any medical treatment after the accident.

Richard was “uncooperative when asked about the source of the blood” and refused to cooperate with the investigation. Tarrant County Sheriff’s Office

He was released Monday night on $500 bail, according to an arrest warrant. record.

According to the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Richard is currently serving six months probation on a disorderly conduct charge in Haltom City, about five miles outside of Fort Worth.

Police are asking the public to come forward with any information that may shed light on what happened and why Richard and his truck ended up covered in blood.

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