"He came out of nowhere:" Man charged after allegedly hitting bicyclist with car in Racine
RACINE, Wis. (CBS 58) -- A Kenosha man is facing charges after police say he struck a bicyclist with his car in Racine.
Frederick Hill is facing charges of Knowingly Operating Motor Vehicle While Revoked - Causing Great Bodily Harm and Use of a Vehicle With Controlled Substance in Blood Causing Great Bodily Harm.
Racine Police responded to the area of 21st and Racine for a report of a car that hit a bicyclist. The victim told police that he was riding his bike to La Tapatia when he was hit by a car. He was taken to a local hospital.
Officers made contact with the driver, Hill, who said that he was heading back from Kenosha when he heard a loud crash and saw his windshield had shattered. Hill allegedly told police multiple times that "he came out of nowhere."
Hill said that his 9-year-old daughter was in the front seat of the car with him when he struck the bicyclist and that she had splinters of glass in her skin.
Hill had a blood alcohol concentration of .184 and his blood tested positive for the presence of cocaine.