A father fled the scene of a car crash, leaving behind his two teen-age daughters who were bloodied and had broken bones, police said.
Darrell Albert Keen, 36, was charged with leaving the scene of an accident involving serious injury and property damage, driving while his license was revoked and reckless driving.
He was being held on $13,250 bail after Thursday's accident.
Keen lost his license indefinitely in November 1998 for failing to complete an alcohol treatment program, according to the arrest report.
After speeding through a stop sign and crashing his car into a utility pole, Keen fled on foot, leaving behind his daughters, Krystle and Felicia, police said.
Krystle, 14, suffered a broken ankle and had several significant cuts and bruises. Felicia, 13, had a broken nose.