Earlier this month, a Valencia California resident allegedly struck a woman and her 11-year-old daughter with his car. He was driving a red Mazda Protege. According to reports, he confessed to the incident to a neighbor and fled the scene in the car.
he allegedly struck a woman and her 11-year-old daughter
Darren Lee Miller is charged with hit-and-run pedestrian collision near Taft Elementary School in Santa Ana, California. The driver is accused of speeding onto the sidewalk near Taft Elementary School, hitting three children and a woman and then driving away. The suspect’s car was later found with explosives and flammable liquid inside. Several children were injured in the incident, but no one suffered serious injuries.
Three children were taken to the hospital after the incident. One girl was hit the day before her seventh birthday. She was hospitalized for eight weeks. The other two girls were hit but did not sustain serious injuries.
Jason Guzman was a student at Taft Elementary School. He was not related to anyone at the school. However, a staff member said he appeared suspicious. Staff members then told him to leave the campus. He then drove away in a Mazda Protege SUV. He crashed into the parking barrier at the school as he tried to leave, then accelerated onto the sidewalk. He then accelerated into a group of elementary school students walking to school. He also hit a woman and her 11-year-old daughter.
he allegedly hit an SUV
Earlier today, a man was escorted from Taft Elementary School in Santa Ana after being accused of hitting several elementary school children in the parking lot. Guzman was reportedly identified by school staff. He was a student at the school. Guzman is accused of hitting three girls near the school, and he is facing nearly two dozen felony counts. He will face up to 49 years in prison if convicted.
The Orange County Sheriff’s Department Bomb Squad was able to confirm that a man was driving a car that was equipped with explosives. He was also found to be driving a vehicle with flammable liquid. A police officer was able to identify the man as 26-year-old Jason Guzman of Valencia, California.
Aside from the man-made smoky signal, Guzman was found to be driving a Mazda Protege. After hitting a parked car, he continued rolling and eventually crashed into a group of schoolchildren. Three of the children suffered minor injuries and are in stable condition. Guzman faces up to one year in Orange County jail, and a maximum sentence of 49 years to life in prison.
he allegedly confessed to a neighbor
Earlier this month, a Valencia, CA man was accused of hitting a group of elementary school children and then fleeing the scene. The alleged crime happened outside Taft Elementary School in Santa Ana, CA, and involved three girls who were thrown from their seats. Neither child was seriously injured, but the incident is being investigated. The man is currently facing a misdemeanor charge of brandishing a deadly weapon and one count of hit-and-run with injury.
The vehicle that allegedly hit the three kids was a Mazda Protege. Investigators are still trying to figure out what Guzman was doing in Santa Ana. After the incident, the school was briefly shut down and classes resumed. The incident is also being investigated as a possible homicide, but so far, the investigation has yielded no leads.
In the grand scheme of things, the alleged incident is actually a minor footnote. A staff member at the school told the man to leave the campus, but the man allegedly stayed and told the staff member he wanted to use the restroom.
he allegedly drove off in a red Mazda Protege
SANTA ANA – A Valencia man faces multiple counts of attempted murder after he drove a car into a group of schoolchildren. The three children were injured, but did not suffer serious injuries. Several incendiary devices were found in the car and the Orange County Sheriff’s Department bomb squad responded to the scene. In the meantime, investigators will try to determine if the driver had any connection to the school.
A woman witnessed the incident and confronted Guzman. She asked him to leave the school grounds. Guzman allegedly told the staff member that he was going to use the bathroom. He left the school in his red Mazda Protege. He crashed into the curb near the school and hit another parked car. The vehicle then rolled down the street. It hit another vehicle and hit three schoolchildren. The driver was taken for treatment. Guzman faces a maximum sentence of 49 years to life in prison. He is also facing misdemeanor counts of hit and run with injury and brandishing a deadly weapon.
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