ROCKLAND, Maine — An Owls Head man has been charged in connection with a hit-and-run crash Monday morning that injured two people working for the city’s public works department.

Ryan Gamage, 28, was arrested Friday morning and charged with operating after habitual offender revocation, leaving the scene of a personal injury crash, failing to report a crash by the quickest means, violating conditions of release, filing a false police report, operating a vehicle without liability insurance and abandoning a vehicle on a public way, according to Rockland police.

Sgt. Donald Finnegan said Gamage was being taken to jail late Friday morning and bail had not been set. Gamage had been on bail for a prior operating after revocation charge, Finnegan said, so he expected Gamage would be held in jail until he can appear before a judge.

A van police said was driven by Gamage rear-ended a stopped public works truck at about 8:30 a.m. Monday. The truck had stopped near the Maine State Ferry Terminal while on its regular route handling municipal trash cans around the city.

Two people working for the city — Charlie Ward and Brian Paladino — were treated and released from Pen Bay Medical Center in Rockport after complaining of neck and back pain after the crash.

The male driver of the van left the vehicle and ran from the scene, according to police.

The van owner later called police to report the vehicle had been stolen.

Officer Jacob Shirey was the lead investigating officer and was assisted by other members of the Rockland Police Department and Maine State Police.