The Washington Post, also in possession of the Mayor Adrian M. Fenty collector’s edition accident report from his Sunday evening collision in Northwest D.C., notes that the report

seems to indicate that several police procedures were violated, including that the names of passengers in Fenty’s vehicle were not listed on the accident form and pictures were not taken at the scene even though a city vehicle was apparently damaged. The report was taken by a member of Fenty’s security detail and not a regular patrol officer.

The “detailed narrative” says that Fenty reported being struck by James Gambrill Utt Jr., which is what Fenty’s spokesperson told the Post earlier in the week.But Allison Klein notes that the report lists Fenty’s as the “striking vehicle/object.”

According to the same narrative, Utt said he never saw Fenty.