CAPE CORAL, Fla. --- The Cape Coral man man accused of causing a deadly accident in Georgia, and driving off, is now in custody in Cobb County jail.
Dannie Mondor is in there on no bail.
Mondor was driving an RV on I-75 near Atlanta this weekend, when police say, he crashed into a car and kept going.
Mondor's girlfriend was in the passenger seat at the time of the crash. She said the couple were coming back from a vacation in Canada. That's where Mondor is from. He owns property in Cape Coral.
"You told me what happened, I just about had a heart attack."
Rose Fetcho, Mondor's Cape Coral neighbor says she never had any problem with the man, or his girlfriend.
She says the pair have always been nice and quiet, never gave her a problem.
She was shocked when we told her he was being charged with felony hit and run.
Cape Coral Police currently have Mondor's RV in their impound lot.
They picked it up on 4th Terrace Street late Sunday night, which is where the couple lives.
"It took up the front of the yard here so I thought somebody called the cops because you couldn't really see to pull out because the RV is so big," said Fetcho.
Georgia authorities say mondor was driving that RV at the time of the accident.
But Mondor's girlfriend says they reported the accident.
WINK News checked with Atlanta Police, Mondor did in fact tell them he was involved in a two car accident.
He said he drove down several exits past the scene, and then reported the accident.
He did not know of any injuries.
Cape Coral, FL- The Cape Coral Police Department has located a RV that was involved in a deadly chain-reaction crash outside of Atlanta, GA last Saturday.
The Cape Coral Police Department received a request from the Marietta Police Department to attempt to locate a vehicle that was involved in a fatal hit and run crash. The vehicle, a white Dutch Star motor home, was located by a Patrol unit at 720 SE 4th Terrace, Cape Coral, FL.
The suspect in the hit and run, Dan Mondor, a Canadian Citizen who owns property in Cape Coral, has reportedly returned to Atlanta to turn himself in to authorities.
A Cape Coral Police Department Traffic Homicide Investigator responded to the scene where the vehicle was located. The RV was towed and is being held at the Cape Coral Police Department Evidence compound. Law enforcement personnel from GA are en route to process the vehicle for their investigation.
"Teamwork, regardless of jurisdictional boundaries, made the difference in this case. Good intelligence provided by the Marietta PD investigators, coupled with tenacity of our Patrol Bureau to follow-up and locate the vehicle, preserved evidence and will hopefully assist with a successful prosecution."- Det. Sergeant Dana Coston, Cape Coral Police Department Public Affairs Officer.