Man accused of hitting car, stealing chicken

LINCOLN, Neb. -- A Lincoln man with a list of arrest warrants has been caught.

23-year-old Sonlee Prack is under arrest for charges including vandalism, leaving the scene of an accident, and theft.

On Wednesday, LPD responded to an injury accident. A victim with a head injury on the scene told police that a driver had run a red light and collided with them. They said they then saw the driver run away on foot.

Officers found the driver, identified as Prack. He had a suspended license and a myriad of arrest warrants.

Among the warrants:

-On July 9, Prack was reported to have hit his family's car and pushed family members.

-On July 11th, Prack was reported as having stolen a rotisserie chicken from Super Saver.

-On July 13th, Prack was stopped for having no license plate, at which point he reportedly sped away.

Prack now facing numerous charges.

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