Police Arrest Angulo Moreno in Peter Way Crash Injuring Two
Sparks, NV (June 29, 2021) – On Sunday, two people were injured in a hit-and-run crash on Peter Way involving the 22-year-old Angulo Moreno.
The accident happened at about on Sunday, before 8 p.m. at the 15th Street intersection.
Apparently, one of the victims sustained significant injuries in her face while the other incurred shoulder and arm injuries.
Rescuers took both patients to a hospital with non-fatal injuries.
Officers said the suspect vehicle is a white Chevrolet Silverado quad-cab pickup with tinted windows. It has has chrome running boards with a black rubber overlay on the portion under each door.
Moreover, reports said it was last seen northbound on Rock Boulevard.
On Monday, officers located the suspect vehicle arrested Moreno for two counts of leaving the scene of a crash causing personal injury; both felonies.
Call (775) 322-4900 if you have further details about the crash.
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