IDAHO FALLS — Police arrested an Idaho Falls man for an alleged DUI hit and run crash that injured one particular person.
The crash occurred Saturday round 5:15 p.m. at Woodruff Avenue and Lincoln Street. The Idaho Falls Police Division writes in an affidavit of possible trigger that an intoxicated driver, Jesus Soria Camacho, 20, allegedly brought about the crash earlier than driving away.
When officers arrived on the crash scene they discovered a 2003 Subaru Legacy had rolled with two adults and a two-year-old boy contained in the automotive. A second car had additionally been hit however managed to observe Camacho to a close-by parking zone. Shortly after police arrived, Camacho pulled as much as the crash inside his 2013 Honda Civic with front-end injury and fluid leaking from the automotive, in accordance with a police report.
Inside Camacho’s automotive, police discovered an open container of alcohol and had the person take two breathalyzer assessments. The check confirmed Camacho had a blood alcohol content material of .181 and .172, which courtroom paperwork point out is 2.5 occasions the authorized restrict.
The three individuals contained in the Subaru had been taken to Jap Idaho Regional Medical Middle to be checked out. The hospital recognized a passenger with a concussion whereas the motive force and two-year-old had no accidents. The motive force of the second automotive hit additionally had no accidents and didn’t must go to the hospital.
Police booked Camacho into the Bonneville County Jail.
Camacho is charged with felony leaving the scene of a crash and misdemeanor prices of DUI and possession of an open container.
Though Camacho is accused of against the law, it doesn’t essentially imply he dedicated it. Everyone seems to be presumed harmless till confirmed responsible.
A preliminary listening to for Camacho is scheduled for Feb. 11.