MCLEAN COUNTY (WEEK) – The McLean County Sheriff’s Office is on the lookout for a man police say should be considered dangerous after he ran from a car crash in rural Hudson early Tuesday morning.
Police were called just before 3:30 a.m. to 2450 North and 1650 East where a car struck a utility pole and a shoeless passenger ran from the scene.
Police said former McLean County resident Brian Morgan is wanted on several warrants from multiple counties. Sheriff Jon Sandage said police don’t know if Morgan was armed, but he is considered dangerous.
Sandage said a woman driving the car was released from the hospital and taken into custody. She’s awaiting formal charges.
Police said anyone who encounters Morgan should call 911. Authorities are also urging people in the area to lock their doors and not leave their keys in any vehicles.
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