On May 24th, Macomb Sheriff Deputies were dispatched to a 911 report of an individual who had hit a pedestrian and fled the scene. According to the caller, he was operating a tow-truck on the shoulder of Hall Road near North Ave, assisting with a tire-change, when a white Chevy Traverse struck his tow-truck. The Chevy initially stopped and, after a discussion with the driver of the Traverse, the tow-truck driver, a 25-year-old Shelby Township man, announced his intention to notify police. The driver of the Traverse, 37-year-old David Aaron Rockwell from Fort Myers, Florida, replied that he could not talk to the police, got back in his car, accelerated and struck the tow-truck driver sending him over the hood and onto the ground. The Traverse fled the scene with the tow-truck in pursuit. Deputies stopped the Chevy on 21 Mile Road near Heydenreich. Upon talking to the driver, deputies realized he was intoxicated and placed him under arrest for Felonious Assault and Operating While Intoxicated. He was brought to the Macomb County Jail where he was given a breathalyzer test with results of .09% blood-alcohol content. He was charged with Assault With Intent To Do Great Bodily Harm Less Than Murder, a ten-year felony, and Operating While Intoxicated.