A person suspected of being concerned in a high-speed hit-and-run collision in Seal Beach that injured 5 individuals, together with three youngsters, turned himself in to authorities Sunday afternoon, police mentioned.
Jahson Imgrund, 23, of Lake Forest was taken into custody and booked on suspicion of felony hit-and-run with critical bodily damage, in line with the Seal Beach Police Division.
The arrest comes a bit greater than per week after authorities say a Mercedes 300D Class smashed into the side of one other car carrying 5 individuals on the busy business intersection of Pacific Coast Freeway and Predominant Avenue.
Following the crash on the evening of Feb. 11, police say the motive force of the Mercedes deserted the automotive and fled right into a residential neighborhood referred to as the Hill.
A subsequent police search did not find the suspect.
The occupants of the opposite car — two unidentified girls and three teenage women — suffered critical accidents and have been taken to space hospitals, authorities mentioned on the time.
Not less than two of the injured have since been discharged, however the Police Division couldn’t present updates on any of the sufferers’ situations Sunday.
This story initially appeared in Los Angeles Times.