Frank Clark, district attorney for Erie County, New York, has adjourned a grand jury investigation and struck a deal with Buffalo Bills running back Marshawn Lynch in connection with a May 31 hit-and-run accident that left a woman with personal injuries.
Clark did not reveal any specifics of the deal’s terms, but said that Lynch was the vehicle’s driver and had one passenger present.
According to police, a female pedestrian who was attempting to cross a downtown Buffalo street was struck by a 2008 Porsche Cayenne registered to Lynch. Lynch allegedly then fled the scene.
The woman, a resident of Milton, Ontario, Canada, sustained a bruised hip and a cut which required seven stitches. She was treated and released from a hospital.
The vehicle was later found and impounded by Buffalo police.
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