PHOENIX – A man was brought into custody after a hit-and-run accident that occurred late on Saturday night and resulted in the deaths of multiple people, as shown by the documentation that was provided by the police. A vehicle and a motorcycle were involved in a collision at approximately 11:30 p.m., and the rider of the motorcycle was thrown into the northbound lanes of traffic near the major crossroads formed by 19th Avenue and Greenway Parkway.
According to the paperwork, the motorbike rider who was involved in the incident went away as a result of the injuries that he sustained. The driver of the vehicle reportedly continued driving after the incident, made a U-turn after it, and parked in an apartment complex; however, a witness waited at the spot until the police arrived to investigate it.
According to the documents, the accused driver, who has been identified as Larrison James and is 32 years old, acknowledged to consuming alcohol before the crash. It is alleged that he explained to the authorities that he “felt the effects of the alcohol while driving, and he fled the scene of the incident because he was afraid.”
After the crash, James allegedly provided the police with a preliminary breath test result of.222, as stated by the authorities. James was taken into custody and booked into jail on various charges, the most serious of which are murder in the second degree as well as leaving the scene of an accident that resulted in death or injury.