SPENCER, Oklahoma - Authorities arrested a man in Spencer Saturday morning after he allegedly hit a man with his car twice. Spencer police told News 9 27-year-old William Callins hit a pedestrian around 4:30 a.m. and as the victim tried to run away, Callins hit him a second time.

It happened on the 8500 block of N.W. 25th Street in Spencer.

Authorities said the man who was hit eventually made it to a nearby porch, but then Callins crashed the car into the porch. After that, Callins took off on foot. Two hours later, authorities found him and took him to the hospital to check out his injuries. Then he was booked into the Oklahoma County Jail on complaints of assault and battery with intent to kill.

The victim was taken to get medical treatment and authorities said he is expected to be okay.

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