Leron Sanders Killed and 1 Detained after Banning Accident on Ramsey Street
BANNING, CA (January 28, 2021) – Friday, authorities arrestedLilliana Diaz more than a year after a skateboard crash on Ramsey Street.
The authorities booked 29-year-old Lilliana Ruvalcaba Diaz at Larry D. Smith Correction Facility in Banning.
Moreover, the judge presiding set her bail at $1 million.
Aside from being charged with murder, Diaz also received charges on gross vehicular manslaughter while intoxicated. Other charges include hit and run causing injury or death.
This incident happened on December 9, 2019, at around 5:30 p.m.
According to reports, 20-year-old Leron Sanders rode his skateboard south on Ramsey Street, near Apex Street.
Then, a silver car driven by Lilliana Diaz hit him.
As the vehicle fled, parts and debris remained behind. Moreover, Sanders sustained fatal injuries at the scene.
With heavy hearts, we send our sympathies to the family and friends of Leron Sanders.
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