The son of a Worcester man who was struck and killed by a hit-and-run driver in 2010 is asking for the community’s help in making sure the man, who served jail time for the crime, doesn’t do it again.
David Quist, 50, of Worcester mailed close to 10,000 postcards and distributed fliers to every resident and business in Millbury and Sutton, where Arthur T. Scanlon, 54, who pleaded guilty to the charges, is staying since his release in July from the House of Correction.
The double-sided postcard, in the style of a “wanted” bulletin, reads in bold next to Mr. Scanlon’s photograph: “Call 911 if you see this man driving.”
A “No alcohol allowed” emblem also appears.
The reverse side of the card outlines Mr. Scanlon’s felony charges, his sentence and the terms of his probation. It advises people not to approach or disturb Mr. Scanlon if they see him drinking or driving, but to call the Worcester Superior Court probation office.