Teen Found Covered in Blood After Car Wreck, Uncooperative

(DailyVantage.com) – Investigators in Tarrant County, Texas are trying to piece together the ominous mystery surrounding an 18-year-old teen who was involved in a crash and was found covered with blood.

The twist in the story that has law enforcement concerned however, is that the blood on the teen did not belong him.

Police responded to the scene of a major car crash at around 2 a.m. where they found 18-year-old Aaron Richard. He had crashed a single-cab 1997 white Chevrolet pickup truck off the Interstate Highway 40 in Fort Worth, Texas. Deputies from the Tarrant County Sheriff’s Office who first arrived on the scene found the truck had sustained significant damage, particularly to its driver’s side door, front left quarter panel, and its tailgate. However, the most jarring thing police noticed was that the boy was covered with blood – large amounts of dried blood were also found on the outside of the truck’s bed, as well as the driver’s side A-frame.

Upon questioning, Richard was uncooperative with the police and refused to answer questions or offer any help in the investigation. He was booked at the Lon Evans Corrections Center on a charge of driving under the influence, but has since been released on a $500 bond.

It was after further tests that investigators found out that the blood did not belong to Richard, nor was it a result of the crash. However, police have yet to disclose if the blood is related to a specific incident where someone has been hurt or killed.

Comments on the statement of the Tarrant County Sheriff’s Office’s post on Facebook is swarming with theories, including one that points to Richard as being involved in the traffic incident in Manfield where incoming traffic hit 21-year-old Sasha Smith, who fell out of her mother’s truck. Others guess that Richard may have hit a deer or some other wildlife.

Law enforcement is now reaching out to the public to come forward with any information that can aid in their investigation.

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