The Capital-Journal Eagle Auto Wash & Detailing Salon, 2110 S.W. Chelsea Drive, announced Thursday it will honor military veterans and active military personnel by providing them free full service car washes between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. on Independence Day, which is Monday. The business said in a news release that to receive a free full-service wash for a car, SUV, pickup or van, veterans or active military personnel need to show the cashier a current U.S. Service Identification Card, U.S. Service Retired Identification Card or Veterans Organization Card.
Payne, the manager at Xtreme Clean Auto Spa on Browns Bridge Road, and employee Melvin Hall looked around noon Friday at the Gainesville business to intervene. Eric Timothy Davidson, 27, of Gainesville, is accused of attempting to hijack a woman’s car while her toddler was in the backseat, according to police. Davidson allegedly fought with the woman, got inside the car and put it in drive, authorities said. Hall was drying off a truck when he heard a scream and saw the man walking away from the woman.
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