Man Dead After Hunt County Hit-And-Run Crash

sleeman Man Dead After Hunt County Hit And Run Crash

Charles William Sleeman of Farmersville was struck and killed during a hit-and-run crash, after stepping out to check on a vehicle that he was towing. (credit: Texas Department of Public Safety)

GREENVILLE (CBSDFW.COM) – Authorities are looking for information on a hit-and-run crash in Hunt County that left one man dead. The incident happened along westbound Interstate-30 just before 9:00 p.m. on Sunday night.

According to the Texas Department of Public Safety, Charles William Sleeman had exited his Toyota Tundra to check on a vehicle that he had been towing. That is when a white or light-colored truck of box trailer clipped the Farmersville resident. Sleeman died.

The driver of the vehicle that struck Sleeman did not stop at the scene. Investigators think that the driver was not aware that he or she had hit someone.

Anyone with information about the crash or the driver is asked to contact the Greenville Highway Patrol at 903-453-6900.

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  1. C Bauer says:

    Well, whoever did this – here’s your defense, in plain English right on the news. “Investigators think that the driver was not aware that he or she had hit someone.” There’s your out. Turn yourself in and say that, especially if it was a box trailer. You’ll get off Scot free!

    1. C Bauer says:

      I meant, have your ATTORNEY say that for you. Don’t turn yourself in without legal counsel with you.

  2. Anonymous says:

    In defense of the Sleeman family, this person needs to be caught for justice for Charlie. He does NOT need an “OUT” for this. The Sleeman friends and family will go on missing and loving Charlie either way they will be without one less son, father, and friend. Charlie deserves justice and its up to the investigators to decide what happens here. We are amazed at some of these comments on these websites about Charlie’s death. Some of them are sympathetic and others are plain down right out cold and use Charlie’s death as a butt of a joke when they didnt even know him. Playing it off as the suspect needing an “out” is not needed. Either way, Charlie is gone in body but not in heart and justice should be served!

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