RIVERSIDE (CBSLA) — A San Bernardino man who police say hit a Riverside County sheriff’s prisoner transport van faces costs of DUI and hit-and-run.
Miguel Gamboa Fragoza, 27, was arrested and booked on suspicion of DUI and hit-and-run, each felony costs, after an early morning crash Friday with a Riverside County sheriff’s prisoner transport van.
The crash occurred at 14th and Lime streets in downtown Riverside, because the prisoner transport van was driving on 14th Road on the intersection of Lime on a inexperienced gentle. A CR-V going south on Lime Road blew via a crimson gentle, slamming into the van, which rolled over as soon as, Riverside police stated.
The officer and the three arrestees contained in the van had been taken to a hospital with minor complaints of ache, in keeping with Riverside police.
The Honda CR-V that hit the van left the scene, however its entrance bumper and license plate had been left behind, together with a fluid path that went east on 14th Road from the crash. Officers adopted the path and located the suspect automobile and its driver at twelfth Road and Bermuda Avenue.
Fragoza is being held on $50,000 bail and is scheduled to make his first courtroom look on Feb. 1.