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Driver fled after hitting man at gas station

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It's not your typical hit-and-run.

Late last month, a man reported being pinned between his car and another at the gas station.

The victim stated he had gone to the gas station to put air in his tires, but ran inside the store to grab cash from the ATM.

When he came back, he was struck and pinned by another car.
The victim reported pain to his thigh and a 10-inch dent to his car.

The suspect, however, fled before police arrived to the scene.
Brian Joe Santos was interviewed weeks later.

He admitted to hitting the victim because he "cut" in line.
Santos was arrested and charged with aggravated assault with a special allegation for possession and use of a deadly weapon in the commission of a felony.

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