SAN MATEO — A 31-year-old man was arrested in reference to a hit-and-run that injured a pedestrian and killed a canine Friday morning in San Mateo, police stated.
The incident occurred round 8:30 a.m. on the intersection of forty second Avenue and Edison Avenue, the San Mateo Police Division stated in a information launch. Officers arrived to search out the sufferer on the bottom and bleeding.
The sufferer was taken to a hospital, the place he was listed in steady situation Friday night time.
Police stated the sufferer was strolling his daughter’s canine, Lola, on the time. The canine died on the scene.
Officers scoured the neighborhood for footage of the incident and decided the suspect had been driving a white Toyota Tacoma. The suspect and the truck had been later present in San Carlos.
The suspect, a resident of San Mateo, was arrested and booked into San Mateo County jail on expenses of hit-and-run leading to harm and hit-and-run leading to property injury.
Anybody with data associated to the case can contact the police division at 650-522-7700.