UPDATE: Woman turns self in to Rayne Police for hit and run crash on U.S. 90

Acadia Parish

UPDATE, 3/3: Rayne Police report that Marie Ozone turned herself in and was booked into the Acadia Parish Jail on felony hit and run charges.

ORIGINAL POST: RAYNE, La. (KLFY) — Rayne Police are searching for a Crowley woman accused of striking a motorized bicycle on U.S. 90 on Saturday, Feb. 20.

Marie Ozone, 46, of Crowley, has been cited for limitation on passing bicycle, OMV with suspended/revoked driver’s license, and an arrest warrant was obtained for felony hit and run with a $25,000 bond set by Commissioner Andre Doguet.

Ozone was allegedly traveling west on U.S. 90 when she struck the bicyclist from behind near 7th St. Thomas Blake Touchet, 56, sustained moderate injuries when struck by the car. Ozone is not believed to have suffered any injuries during the accident. She allegedly fled the scene before officers arrived.

Rayne Police Chief Carroll Stelly asks anyone with information on Marie’s whereabouts to call (337) 789-TIPS.

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