SAN JOSE — Police arrested a suspect in a hit-and-run collision remaining week which injured a grandmother and infant strolling in a San Jose crosswalk.
The collision took place on Oct. 25 within the house of Sierra Highway and Mauna Kea Lane in East San Jose. Safety digital camera pictures confirmed the grandmother pushing the stroller in a marked crosswalk when an older fashion Mazda sped thru, slightly lacking hitting them directly on and sideswiping them to the bottom.
Each the girl and the kid suffered accidents that weren’t thought to be life-threatening.
On Oct. 27, police mentioned an alert group member reported seeing a car very similar to photographs of the suspect car allotted through police and reported on native media shops. Officials replied to a house in San Jose and located the car, in conjunction with 20-year-old resident Alexa Hadjilatiph, who police say admitted to being the motive force of the car concerned within the hit-and-run.
Officials arrested Hadjilatiph of legal hit-and-run fees and booked her into the Santa Clara County Primary Prison. She has since been launched on bail.