Formal charges have now, officially, been filed in connection to an alleged hit-and-run boating accident from just over a year ago at Lake of the Ozarks. Courthouse records filed in Camden County, on Monday, indicate 30-year-old Konnor Obert, of Bloomington, Illinois, is charged with felony leaving the scene of an accident with property damage exceeding one-thousand dollars and a misdemeanor for careless or imprudent operation of a motorboat. The probable cause statement alleges, during the late evening hours of September 23rd, 2018, Obert left the scene of the crash at the 15.5 milemark of the Osage Arm. After being tracked down, Obert reportedly told the responding trooper he had been going about 40-miles-per-hour and hit the other boat because the operator was not displaying navigation lights. At the time, Obert was issued a citation and released. A summons has now been issued on the felony and misdemeanor charges with a court date scheduled for Obert in early November.