YES! Any time a person is involved in a car crash, they MUST STOP. It doesn’t matter whether the accident involves another moving vehicle, a parked car, a person, or someone else’s property, drivers are required to stop. It’s the law.
Any time a person leaves the scene of an accident, they can be charged with a hit-and-run, even when the accident wasn’t their fault.
If the accident involves a parked vehicle or a person’s property, you have an obligation to find the owner. If you cannot find them, you should notify police of the incident and leave behind your name, phone number and insurance information in a place where the owner would find it, like their windshield, mailbox or front door.