Driver in Hit and Run Appears in Court

https://encrypted-tbn0.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcTfo65fzdNt7RNjns4vcA_0phkU2tFw9b666mDQxnBwW4vLg3iq5gThe driver of a 1994 Honda Civic that was involved in a hit and run on Monday appeared in a Las Vegas court on Friday. Rodrigo Tomax, twenty-five years old and a resident of Las Vegas, turned himself into North Las Vegas police where he was booked for duty to stop at a scene of an accident with injury. A judge ordered him held in custody until his hearing on July first.

During the incident in question the vehicle allegedly driven by Tomax drove up onto a street corner into a group of juveniles standing there. One child, an eleven year old boy, was taken to a local hospital for treatment of injuries sustained during the accident. The vehicle then left the scene of the accident, but was later found abandoned.

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