WATERBURY, Conn. (WTNH) — A person is dealing with fees in reference to a deadly hit-and-run involving a bike that took place in Waterbury remaining week.
On June 15, officials spoke back to the intersection of South Main Street at Market Square. They positioned a bike at the flooring and the bike rider status within reach.
The bike rider was once known by way of police as Nygil Craig, 28, of Waterbury.
According to police, Craig reported he had dropped his bike whilst making an attempt to steer clear of putting an unknown automotive that had reduce him off. The different car reported was once no longer on scene, police stated.
Police stated Craig was once alert and aware on scene with street rash on his hands, legs and again. He was once dropped at the medical institution for additional remedy and analysis and was once later pronounced lifeless by way of group of workers on the medical institution, in line with police.
Police stated Segundo Villa-Qillay, 40, of Waterbury was once arrested and charged with evading duty (inflicting demise – criminal offense), negligent murder with a motor car, running a motor car with out a license and flawed flip.
Segundo was once hung on a $150,000 bond pending court docket arraignment Thursday, police stated.