KTVU (Ch. 2)Skid marks that continued six blocks until San Francisco Sgt. Thomas Haymond's home in the Sunset District Tuesday has led to DUI and hit and run charges for the veteran cop.

KTVU (Ch. 2)Skid marks that continued six blocks until San Francisco Sgt. Thomas Haymond's home in the Sunset District Tuesday has led to DUI and hit and run charges for the veteran cop.

SFPD sergeant arrested on suspicion of DUI, hit-and-run

An off-duty San Francisco police sergeant who reportedly crashed into a parked car in the Sunset District Tuesday night was arrested on suspicion of drunken driving and hit and run, according to news reports.

Sgt. Thomas Haymond, 52, allegedly rear-ended a Mazda in a black Jaguar at 12th Avenue and Lawton Street about 8:35 p.m., according to KTVU (Ch. 2), which broke the story.

Haymond allegedly fled the scene, but his vehicle left a trail of skid marks that continued all the way to his home six blocks away on Moraga Street, the news station said.

The 22-year veteran was reportedly released from custody on his own recognizance and placed on paid leave.

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