Someone saw something and said something.
Homer Police Officers were able to solve a hit and run accident from Friday evening, thanks to a determined witness.
Police were told that a vehicle hit a road sign and other property on Cayuga Street at about 7:30 Friday evening.
Later, the witness came across the vehicle and provided the information to Homer Police Officers.
Police found the damaged vehicle at a home on Pine Street on Sunday at midday and arrested Cody Humphrey, who is 30 years old.
Officers say Humphrey admitted to them that he was involved in the accident.
While speaking with Humphrey, an officer noticed what looked like marijuana on the front seat of the vehicle.
According to police, Humphrey tried to use a door to the vehicle, slamming it into the officer to physically prevent him from determining whether it was marijuana.
Humphrey was charged with Obstructing Governmental Administration, Harassment, Unlawful Possession of Marijuana, Leaving the Scene of a Property Damage Accident and Failing to Use Designated Lanes.
He was arraigned in Town of Homer Court and sent to the Cortland County Jail awaiting bail.
Link: Humphrey Arrest 2016