“Reckless Driver” crashed into two cars with a truck at a Walmart. Police said it was a dog with a “guilty look” on its face.

Police said a “reckless driver” who crashed a vehicle into two other cars at a Walmart was actually a dog with a “guilty look” on his face.

That incident unfolded in the parking lot of the Walmart in Kilgore, Texas on Thursday afternoon.

The Kilgore Police Department Posted on his official Facebook page about the incident.

“The KPD arrested a reckless driver today after he drove into two cars in the Walmart parking lot. Thankfully, no one was injured in the accident,” police said. “One of the victims saw the suspect yelling [sic] down on him but couldn’t dodge.”

It was a dog.

Police said the dog was waiting for its owners to return from shopping when it accidentally rolled the vehicle into the parking lot.

“He seemed to get a little nervous and hopped around the cab and started this truck moving. The steering column had some prior damage and that pooch must have gotten the vehicle moving,” the post reads.

Police said the dog was on a leash and may have become snagged and released the emergency brake, but they admitted that was an unlikely theory. They released photos of the pooch in the vehicle through the door window and also of the car accident.

Nobody was injured in the crash.

The police post was shared on Facebook more than a thousand times and commented on 440 times. Among those commenting on the story was Kilgore Animal Control, who joked“I did NOT issue that puppy license before anyone asked…” adding a weird emoji.

“He certainly has a guilty expression on his face,” police concluded.

Here is a local news report on the incident:

A ‘reckless driver’ accident turns out to be a dog behind the wheel in Kilgorewww.youtube.com

https://www.theblaze.com/news/texas-dog-crashes-car-walmart “Reckless Driver” crashed into two cars with a truck at a Walmart. Police said it was a dog with a “guilty look” on its face.

Laura Coffey

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