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Maryland Man Arrested for Hit and Run DUI in West O.C.

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 WEST OCEAN CITY, Md.- Maryland State Police say they arrested a man early Wednesday morning after they say he hit a parked car and drove away from the scene, all while driving drunk.

Around 12:27 a.m., troopers say they were called to 13004 Bowline Lane in West Ocean City for a reported hit and run collision. After they were on scene, troopers say they determined 30-year-old Ryan Littleton Orndorff, of Clarksville, was operating a 2008 Ford pick-up truck when he hit another vehicle while attempting to park. Investigators say the owners of the vehicle that Orndorff hit witnessed the collision and confronted Orndorff as he drove away.

Troopers say Orndorff tried to hide his vehicle, but soon after, authorities found it on the far side of the condominium complex.

Investigators say Orndorff showed signs that he was impaired. He was arrested for DUI after troopers say he took a breath test that showed a result of 0.22 grams of alcohol.
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