Hector Cabrales-Larios, 39, Suspect in Major Pedestrian Accident on Range Avenue
Santa Rosa, CA (May 10, 2021) – Authorities sentences Hector Cabrales-Larios to six years in state prison in relation with a hit-and-run collision on Range Avenue on July 11, 2019.
The Press Democrat reported Hector Cabrales-Larios, a 39-year-old Santa Rosa man, was behind the wheel of a vehicle traveling near Coddingtown Mall. Our sources indicated the driver struck a girl and her grandmother on Range Avenue. Officials mentioned the two female pedestrians were returning from a visit to the Social Security Office when the collision happened.
Girl Hit and Injured by DUI Driver in Santa Rosa, July 11
According to the article published online, the girl sustained major injuries from the crash. Paramedics transported the victim to a hospital for treatment of a bruised heart and lung; a skull fracture; and a brain bleed.
Meanwhile, officials confirmed Hector Cabrales-Larios fled the scene after the incident. Officers eventually identified the hit-and-runs suspect, then they tracked and arrested him.
Investigators performed an alcohol test on Hector Cabrales-Larios. The results eventually confirmed the man was intoxicated at the time of the collision.
On May 5, Monday, authorities sentenced the man to six years in state prison Wednesday in connection with his no-contest plea to felony charges of hit-andrun; driving under the influence of alcohol with a prior felony DUI; and seriously injuring a child under age 5.
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