Car sale goes wrong

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Lancaster man charged in theft, hit and run

By Kayla Vaughn

Lancaster man has been arrested after the sale of a car turned into a vehicle theft and then a hit-and-run accident, injuring the car’s owner.
Jonathan Haven Conner, 40, 804 Taylor Drive, Lancaster, is charged with hit and run involving great bodily injury, breach of trust and criminal conspiracy.
According to a Fort Mill Police Department report, the victim, Shawn Antonik, 19, set up a meeting Dec. 6 at Danny’s Pizza in Fort Mill, near Tom Hall Street and Dobys Bridge Road to sell his 2005 Acura to Conner, who said his name was Jacob.

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