SPRINGDALE, Ark. (KFSM) — Police have arrested a Rogers man linked to a hit-and-run crash that killed a Missouri woman last year in Springdale. Jordan Killman, 29, was arrested Thursday (Aug. 15) in connection with leaving the scene of an injury accident and tampering with physical evidence — both Class D felonies. Police said Killman struck Laura Garcia on Sept. 9, 2018, as she crossed Sunset Avenue west of Pleasant Street. Garcia, 33, was taken to a hospital but later died. Investigators used surveillance footage to track the car — a silver Mazda — to Killman. They later determined Killman was driving the car, which had a large dent in the hood and another dent on the driver’s side door, according to an arrest affidavit. Police said the dent on the driver’s side door had “thereon clothing friction marks consistent with what (Garcia) was wearing at the time of the…
SPRINGDALE, Ark. (KFSM) — Police beget arrested a Rogers man linked to a success-and-mosey smash that killed a Missouri lady final year in Springdale.
Jordan Killman, 29, modified into arrested Thursday (Aug. 15) in reference to leaving the scene of an ache accident and tampering with physical proof — every Class D felonies.
Police said Killman struck Laura Garcia on Sept. 9, 2018, as she crossed Sundown Avenue west of Stress-free Road. Garcia, 33, modified into taken to a clinical institution nonetheless later died.
Investigators ragged surveillance footage to note the vehicle — a silver Mazda — to Killman. They later obvious Killman modified into utilizing the vehicle, which had a mountainous dent within the hood and one more dent on the motive force’s facet door, fixed with an arrest affidavit.
Police said the dent on the motive force’s facet door had “thereon clothing friction marks fixed with what (Garcia) modified into carrying at the time of the accident,” fixed with the affidavit.
Police moreover smartly-known that Killman tried to sell the vehicle on Facebook. An officer found that the vehicle’s driver-facet panel had been removed and reattached as if someone had tried to restore it, fixed with the affidavit.
Content legislation requires that drivers close and render attend for accidents that outcome in ache or loss of life, if the need for therapy is apparent, or if legislation enforcement has been contacted.
Killman modified into being held at the Washington County Detention Center on a $15,000 bond. He’s due Aug. 26 in Washington County Circuit Court docket.
In Arkansas, Class D felonies are punishable by up to 6 years in jail and a most beautiful of $10,000.