It is a natural procedure to serve warrant for people considered responsible for a car crash. Reno police stated that they failed to serve a warrant for the person of interest involved in last week’s hit-and-run accident near the Peppermill Casino. The Reno police was on its way to serve a warrant in a hit-and-run accident but they failed to do so.
Reno police failed to present the warrant as the person of interest involved could not be found. When officers arrived at a residence on Arlington looking for 21-year-old Tyler Cowan, he was not there and neither was anyone else.
The police went to the resident of 21-year-old Tyler Cowan to serve a warrant for hit-and-run accident but nobody was around. Cowan was neither at home nor any person resding in this place.
As a precaution of the alleged hit-and-run driver, the neighboring roads were shut down but are back open now.
The car accident of Cowan happened near the intersection of South Virginia Street and Hubbard Way just before midnight last Wednesday. As a run-away driver, he became the object of pursuit but the vehicle parts left at the scene helped to identify the car – a 1999 Buick Regal.
Police identified Cowan as involved in that accident where two pedestrians were hit in the crosswalk and had to be taken to the hospital with life-threatening injuries. Cowan did not bother to stop and fled from the scene.
Police is offering a $1,000 reward for any information of the whereabouts of Cowan. If you have any information you are being asked to call Secret Witness at 322-4900 or text your tip to 847411. There will be a $1,000 reward.
Car accident victims may be entitled to financial compensation for pain and suffering in addition to economic damages.
Please consult an experienced Arlington, VA car accident lawyer.