21-year-old man killed in hit-and-run crash in San Pablo

1/9/2022 11:00:00 PM

A suspect was in custody Saturday after a fatal hit-and-run in San Pablo.

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A suspect was in custody Saturday after a fatal hit-and-run in San Pablo .

A suspect was in custody Saturday after a fatal hit-and-run in San Pablo .

police said.Officers found the victim at 10:12 p.m. near Giant Road and John Avenue suffering from "severe" injuries, according to a news release from the San Pablo Police Department. While first responders arrived at the scene, the man died from his injuries, officers said.

A suspect was arrested early Saturday morning, with the help of Richmond police. Duglus Rodas-Reyes, 30, was arrested on charges of felony hit-and-run and vehicular manslaughter.Police said that Rodas-Reyes admitted being the driver who hit the man and left the scene. 

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Officers found the victim at 10:12 p.m. “He was rescued in early November from Harbor Island Drive and was released shortly after and has been showing up in kind of odd situations and spots since then. near Giant Road and John Avenue suffering from "severe" injuries, according to a news release from the San Pablo Police Department. Mark White said he was sitting in his home last night, on the couch around 9:30 p.  While first responders arrived at the scene, the man died from his injuries, officers said. , rescue team members used three nets to guide the wayward sea lion into a metal cage in order to transport him to safety at SeaWorld. A suspect was arrested early Saturday morning, with the help of Richmond police. Not all of the blame can be pinned on him, as he was running for his life on seemingly every snap which sped up his internal clock, and he was sacked multiple times.

Duglus Rodas-Reyes, 30, was arrested on charges of felony hit-and-run and vehicular manslaughter. “I have no idea how that animal got all the way up the freeway on the 94, this far east. A day later, White said he’s still shaken. Police said that Rodas-Reyes admitted being the driver who hit the man and left the scene.  The victim's name will not be released until family is notified.. Advertisement . After the impact, White said he attempted to check on the driver, who was not responsive.