Woman, 2 children injured after vehicle crashes into store; bystander arrested for interfering
A woman and two children suffered non-life threatening injuries after their vehicle crashed into a Port Arthur business Saturday night.
Port Arthur Police responded at approximately 10 p.m. to Value Dollar store, 3400 Gulfway Drive, Det. Mike Hebert said.
It is not known if any citations were given to the driver as the case remains under investigation. Police did not elaborate on a possible cause for the collision.
An arrest unrelated to the collision was made at the scene. A man, whose name was not released, was charged with interfering with the duties of a public servant and resisting arrest.
Hebert said the man had walked up to the scene and had no connection with anybody in the vehicle.
The business was boarded up and shuttered on Monday.
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