The Smyrna Police Department is seeking help in locating the suspect who allegedly hit a female with his vehicle intentionally and then drove away.
On July 27 at about 12:40 a.m., Smyrna officers responded to the Salvation Army store parking lot at 16 E. Mt. Vernon St., for a report of a motor vehicle collision with injuries.
Officers found a female victim who had been struck by a vehicle, but the vehicle was gone. The victim was suffering from serious trauma to her lower extremities and she has been admitted to the hospital for treatment.
Police investigated and determined that Jarmall Williams, 38, intentionally struck the victim with the vehicle he was driving and then fled, police said.
His last known address is Todds Lane in Wilmington, but he was known to frequent the Smyrna area. He has also been known to use the name James Williams, police said.
Police obtained an arrest warrant for Williams charging him with first-degree assault, first-degree reckless endangering, leaving the scene of a collision resulting in injury, driving while his license was suspended, reckless driving and failure to report a collision which resulted in injury.
Police are asking anyone with information on Williams' location to call Detective Cooper at (302) 653-9217 or contact Smyrna police with a private message on social media. Tipsters may remain anonymous.