Farmington – Hit-And-Run Suspect Arrested
Police just arrested a hit-and-run suspect in Farmington yesterday.
The arrest was made in connection to an accident last Saturday where a vehicle driven by 26-year-old Michael Rios of Hartford hit a motorcyclist, seriously injuring him. Instead of staying at the scene, Rios fled the area. He abandoned his vehicle on the exit 39 off ramp and was apprehended by police soon after. Rios is now facing several charges, including reckless endangerment and evading responsibility.
Instances of reckless behavior/driving or negligence causing injuries to motorists can entitle them to file for damage/compensation claims under proper circumstances. It pays to be aware of our legal rights and options if ever we are involved in similar situations in the future.
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