Santa Ana, California 2021-01-14 11:31:27 –
This week, SAPD focuses on a very tragic hit-and-run accident that killed a local teacher last May. Sadly, no one has stepped up since having the information to help track the hit-and-run driver.
David BarreraA 32-year-old man living in Santa Ana was beaten and killed by a hit-and-run driver around 11:00 pm on Monday night, May 18, 2020. S. Late Street and W. St. Unplace, Just north of Adams Park.
Barrera Futures Academy Mathematics and Science Teacher At Newport Beach. He was also a graduate of Long Beach City College and the University of California, Berkeley.
His career points out that Barrera taught students in the local community while in college. He also worked in molecular and cell biology laboratories, working on the maintenance and analysis of plant DNA databases. Barrera also analyzed Facebook metrics as a consultant for companies running Facebook advertising campaigns. He loved creating mathematics based on real-world examples and engaging students in data modeling of areas / topics of interest. Barrera also liked listening to music and learning a language. Before he died, he was actually learning German. Barrera often went to the beach during the summer.
SAPD concluded that Barrera was on the road when he was attacked by a vehicle traveling north on Late Street. The vehicle involved was probably a white 4-door sedan. The vehicle fled the scene before police and firefighters arrived. The vehicle and driver remain unconfirmed. Investigators are still deciding whether alcohol played a role in this clash.
When Barrera was attacked by a hit-and-run driver, he was left alone on the road until two good Samaritans arrived and called 911. But by then he wasn’t saved.
The Santa Ana Police Department’s Clash Investigation Unit (CIU) is processing an ongoing investigation. If you have information about this conflict, please contact Investigator N. Quinones ((714) 245-8284).
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