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Man accused of leaving scene of deadly bike accident; soldier killed in crash ID’ed

El Paso County sheriff’s investigators arrested a person accused of leaving the scene of a lethal bike crash in Clint over the weekend.

Gabriel Gonzalez is accused fleeing and failing to render help in a Saturday night wreck that killed Victor Abram Minjarez, 37, on North Loop Drive, sheriff’s officers mentioned.

Gonzalez allegedly was driving on a bike pushed by Minjarez that veered off the highway and crashed right into a wood electrical pole within the 13200 block of North Loop Drive close to Fenter Street, officers mentioned. Minjarez died on the scene.

Gabriel Gonzalez was arrest on a cost of accident involving loss of life in reference to a bike crash that killed Victor Abram Minjarez on Saturday on North Loop Drive in Clint, Texas.

Deputies arrested Gonzalez on a cost of accident involving loss of life on Tuesday following an investigation into the crash. Gonzalez, of the Decrease Valley, is being held beneath a $100,000 bond on the El Paso County Jail in Downtown.

Fort Bliss man killed in bike collision

El Paso police officers this week launched the title of a motorcyclist killed when he ran right into a automobile on Feb. 12 within the far East Facet.

Jose Antonio Feliciano-Perez, 23, of Fort Bliss, was rushing, popping wheelies and weaving out and in of visitors earlier than colliding with a automobile popping out of a car parking zone on Zaragoza Street close to Pebble Hills Boulevard, police mentioned. He died on the scene.

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A 62-year-old girl driving the automobile was taken to a hospital with accidents that weren’t life threatening, police mentioned.

Site visitors crackdown in Eastlake space

El Paso County sheriff’s deputies this week began elevated visitors and parking enforcement close to Eastlake Excessive College as a result of quite a few complaints, officers mentioned.

The Sheriff’s Workplace warned that violations may embrace parking:

  • On a sidewalk

  • In an intersection

  • On a crosswalk

  • In entrance of a driveway

  • Inside 15 toes of a fireplace hydrant

  • Inside 20 toes of a crosswalk at an intersection

  • Inside 30 toes of a flashing sign, cease signal, yield signal or visitors management signal.

The Sheriff’s Workplace reminds drivers to additionally cut back speeds close to college students strolling to highschool and that autos may be cited and towed for parking in prohibited areas.

Daniel Borunda could also be reached at 915-546-6102; [email protected]; @BorundaDaniel on Twitter.

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El Paso County sheriff's deputies prepare to help with traffic control. File art.

El Paso County sheriff’s deputies put together to assist with visitors management. File artwork.

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