Dog tracks down driver after hit-and-run crash

Dog tracks down driver after hit-and-run crash
Police said the driver left an injured woman in this car after crashing into a power pole Tuesday evening. (Photo by Oregon State Police)

BORING, Ore. — A Clackamas County sheriff's police dog tracked down a driver who ran away after crashing into a utility pole on Highway 224 near Boring Tuesday evening.

Oregon State Police said Erik B. Sharp, 36, left an injured woman trapped in the car.

Sharp was found after a two-hour search. The Oregon City man was treated at Mount Hood Medical Center and charged with driving under the influence, reckless driving and hit-and-run.

38-year-old Jodie Clark of Arizona was rescued by a fire department crew from Boring and treated and released at Mount Hood Medical Center.