Bong, drug paraphernalia found in search after Hanover hit and run

Bong, drug paraphernalia found in search after Hanover hit and run
Denise Gorondy (Source: Three Oaks Equine)
Denise Gorondy (Source: Three Oaks Equine)

HANOVER, VA (WWBT) - Detectives have found drug paraphernalia at the home of the suspect in a Hanover hit and run, according to search documents.

Items include a digital scale, plastic grinder, a box with a multi-colored smoking device, a bong and various pills. Detectives also collected a cell phone and clothes from the home.

Another search warrant shows evidence collected from the RAV4 vehicle believed to be responsible for the hit and run. Detectives collected a windshield section, glass fragments, latent prints and DNA, as well as digital data from the vehicle.

Court documents also revealed more in the investigation leading to the arrest of Tsz Kit Zane Theodore Yung. In an affidavit, deputies say Yung thought he hit a deer:

On 6/5/16, at approximately 0710 hours, units responded to 17249 Dunns Chapel Road for a report of a hit and run involving a pedestrian. Upon arrival at the scene, a large debris field was located both on and off the roadway. Numerous pieces of the suspect vehicle were located at the scene that indicated the suspect vehicle sustained damage to the driver side front area. The red driver side mirror assembly, red left front fender molding, inner fender molding, numerous pieces of a broken light assembly, and fog light assembly were recovered. The left front fender molding was marked inside indicating it was for a Toyota RAV4 with a production date of August 2010 and was red in color. Red paint flakes with a double silver pinstripe were also recovered from the scene, which matched the red paint located on the left front fender molding and driver side mirror assembly.

Yung is charged with felony hit and run and reckless driving after 42-year-old Denise Gorondy was struck while running on Dunns Chapel Road.

Since Dr. Gorondy was hit, her family has remained by her side at the VCU Medical Center. In just a couple of days, thousands of dollars have been raised to help with medical bills. She's had surgery is now in critical, but stable condition.

Because of the outpouring of support and concern her progress is being updated on a public website.

A post on Wednesday says she is responding well to her treatment and the family says,  "We have been encouraged by the fact she has opened her eyes briefly."

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