L.A. police provide $50,000 reward to search out Christmas hit-and-run killerYesterday
Los Angeles police introduced a $50,000 reward on Thursday for ideas that lead detectives to the hit-and-run driver who killed a girl and injured a half-dozen different individuals throughout an unlawful avenue takeover on Christmas day.
Elyzza Guajaca, 24, was killed when the motive force of a black Chevrolet Camaro misplaced management round 9 p.m. Sunday and ran off the roadway, colliding with a bunch of spectators, the Los Angeles Police Division stated. The motive force fled on foot.
The crash occurred within the Hyde Park neighbourhood throughout a takeover – an exhibition of velocity and wild driving the place drivers shut down intersections and carry out automobile stunts like doughnuts, drifting and burnouts.
About 200 individuals have been watching from the road, and investigators consider six or seven individuals have been damage, with no less than three of them critically injured.
Police requested the general public for assist figuring out the injured victims, in addition to the Camaro’s driver. The reward is being supplied for data that results in the id, arrest and conviction of the suspect.