Not sure what ever came of it, but what a way to go.
I was at home alone one weekend. My car couldn't be parked in the driveway, as the hill was too steep and the parking brake on it wasn't the greatest. So it was parked very legally in the street in front of the house. I woke up the next morning and the car was parked literally IN the yard. And the car was about seven inches shorter front to back than it should have been.
Long involved story short, we found out what happened. See, there's this local pub that offers a free Designated Driver service. The pub DD drove these girls home who live down the street. They work at the pub and were in drinking on their night off, took advantage of the DD service. The driver was texting while he was driving the company car back up the street, ran RIGHT into my parked car.
We didn't figure out who had done it until the next day. I got a ride to work from a neighbor, but I couldn't call the police to take a report, I worked in the next city over and they needed to have someone there to take a report. And the girls down the street tried to stop by the house to let me know what had happened, but nobody was home until late the next evening when my parents got back and picked me up from work and got me home.
I mean, it's one thing to be a DD, text while driving with coworkers in the car, and rear end a parked car in the street, but it's another to not leave ANY contact information at the scene* and then, according to the girls down the street, try to deny it. And when that didn't work, downplay how serious the damage was.
*He claimed he came to the door and tried to knock on it to wake someone up. At 3 in the morning. I know he didn't ring the doorbell, I would have heard that. He may well have knocked, I'm not sure, I would have slept through that. But if I did have some random strange guy knocking on the door in the middle of the night when I'm home alone, there is NO WAY I would answer the door until the police showed up.