Annapolis police charge man in hit-and-run involving cyclist
The light turned green and the driver behind him, later identified as Carr, began honking his horn, yelling and pointing at the light, police said.
The man told police he began putting his water bottle away when Carr, driving a Ford Explorer, rear-ended his bicycle, police said. The front bumper of the Explorer got stuck on the rear wheel of the bike, the man said, keeping the bike in the upright position.
Police said the man got off his bike and began to call 911 as Carr attempted to drive away. The bike remained lodged under the front bumper as Carr left the scene, police said.