FAIRFIELD, Conn. (WTNH) – Fairfield police arrested a man for fleeing the scene of a deadly motorcycle crash on Tuesday.
Just following 7 p.m. on Tuesday night, law enforcement explained they responded to various 911 calls reporting a crash that concerned a motorcycle on Kings Highway East in close proximity to Jennings Road. An eyewitness at the scene stated that the motorcyclist was unconscious, and the vehicle concerned experienced fled soon after the collision.
A preliminary investigation by police revealed that the motorcyclist was traveling west on Kings Highway East when a dim Honda Pilot began to switch east onto Jennings Road, specifically in the motorcyclist’s route.
The vehicles crashed, and the Honda Pilot instantly still left the scene.
The motorcyclist, a 26-12 months-outdated gentleman who has still to be identified by police, was transported to Bridgeport Medical center where officers explained he later died.
Police stated they quickly acquired the suspect’s car following this, and just after 9 p.m., the suspect was identified and positioned less than arrest. He has been recognized as Jairo Guadalupe Lopez-Bonilla, 39, from Bridgeport.
Lopez-Bonilla has been billed with negligent homicide with a motor auto and evading accountability for leading to death, according to police. He is staying held on a $250,000 bond and will look in court Wednesday.