Police log: Hit and run

Police log: Hit and run

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Hit and run

Flagstaff police are investigating a hit and run.

According to the police report, officers responded to Flagstaff Medical Center at about noon last Friday after a postal worker was brought there by ambulance. The victim said he was crossing the street in the 400 block of North Humphreys Street to deliver some mail when a gold Ford Explorer turned north onto the street. It struck him on his left side, causing him to land on the hood. The vehicle was going slowly at the time.

When he regained his footing, the victim saw the driver wave at him and then proceed northbound on North Humphreys Street once the victim started walking again. Afterward, the victim reported pain in his leg and back. He did not appear to be seriously injured.

The victim described the driver as a white male in his 50s with a dark gray beard. The investigation is ongoing.


There was a burglary at a Flagstaff apartment last week.

According to the police report, a resident in the 4300 block of East Soliere Avenue left her apartment at approximately 10:30 a.m. last Friday. When she returned about five hours later, the side door was open. The victim noticed an envelope containing $1,000 was missing by from her dresser drawer.

The investigation is ongoing.

Charged with DUI

— Evelyn Vizcarra Hurtado, 21, of South San Francisco Street was arrested by Flagstaff Police Department and charged with DUI at 1:57 a.m. Thursday.

— James Ruben Reyes, 36, of North Hollygreen Road was arrested by Flagstaff Police Department and charged with extreme DUI at 7:48 p.m. Wednesday.

— James Patrick Holland, 30, of Charleston, S.C. was arrested by Flagstaff Police Department and charged with DUI at 10:29 p.m. Monday.

City and county residents who want to report a crime but wish to remain anonymous may call Silent Witness at 774-6111 or (877) 29-CRIME, submit a tip online at www.coconinosilentwitness.org, or text the word “Flagtip” along with your information to 274637 (CRIMES). Rewards of up to $2,000 are given for information that leads to an arrest.



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