Bakersfield, California 2021-04-30 21:14:00 –
Bakersfield police arrested a Bakersfield woman on Friday on suspicion of hit-and-run and manslaughter in a vehicle in an incident that occurred on July 22, last year.
According to Bakersfield police, 42-year-old Stephanie Heninger was arrested in 5400 blocks of Summer Cypress Drive. Police said in a news release that the vehicle in the case (Nissan Sentra sedan 2016) was confiscated in Riverside County.
The BPD previously turned the suspect’s vehicle into a bike path parking lot opposite the Stockdale Highway and Don Hart Drive’s California State University Bakersfield after a July 22 collision at the 8100 block on the Stockdale Highway. He said he had escaped from the scene.
The crash killed 65-year-old Deborah Ann Geneau, whose family is Chain | Corn | Stiles LLP offers $ 7,500 to anyone who helped identify the suspect’s car driver. did.
Police are asking traffic inspectors Otto (326-3967), BPD (327-7111), or Kern County Secret Witness Hotline (322-4040) to call anyone who has the information. I will.
BPD makes arrest in fatal 2020 hit-and-run | News Source link BPD makes arrest in fatal 2020 hit-and-run | News