On March 5 of last year, as darkness fell on people cleaning up after a late-season snowfall, Christian Widomski of Fallston was walking down Harford Road, returning a borrowed snow blower, and was fatally hit by a vehicle in front of his home.
The Jeep that hit him and left him for dead sped away from the scene. It took hundreds of hours for the Maryland State Police (and probably one good phone call from someone who knew something) for an arrest to be made last September, and Borys, identified as the driver, was charged with failure to stop his vehicle and remain at the scene of a collision, failure to immediately stop his vehicle at the scene, failure as the driver involved in an accident to render aid, failure to stop after an accident involving damage and failure to stop his vehicle and remain at scene of accident involving bodily injury, police said.
These are all things that a mature responsible man or woman would have done. A craven coward leaves the scene, leaving the victim to die.
In fact, Cassilly told The Aegis newspaper that if Borys had remained at the scene, “he probably would not be charged with anything.”
"If ands and buts were candy and nuts, what a sweet Christmas this would be" - - "Dandy" Don Meredith