Police in Central California have arrested a man who allegedly killed a woman with his car while crossing a road in the city of Fresno.
According to Central Valley City media reports, police allege that the 38-year-old Shawn Gender He was apparently driving a truck on Friday morning when he hit a woman named Monique Conterage Those who were walking down the street.
Monique, who was homeless, was reportedly pushing a shopping cart while walking with her cracked dog. Terribly, Ginder’s collision did not end there, and police allege the man dragged Monique too far under his truck. People It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post.
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Fresno police warned the media that Xinder (pictured above, in security camera footage released by the department) had reportedly dragged Monique’s body. Eight miles Since it was pinned to the bottom of the pickup truck.
Holy ** t.
At one point, Xinder allegedly stopped the truck in the parking lot of a hotel, where the woman’s body eventually detached from the undercarriage. Panicked hotel guests who saw the speed of the truck in the distance immediately called 9-1-1 and tried to help Contraraj. Sadly, he was pronounced dead later that day. He was 29 years old.
Late Friday night, police in nearby Madeira County tracked Ginder at a location on Bus Lake, about 50 miles northeast of Fresno. Upon arrival, deputies from the Madeira County Sheriff’s Office rushed to take Gender into custody. According to Auxiliary printing pressThe suspect allegedly jumped out of a third-floor window to evade police.
Fortunately, police were still able to apprehend him for his alleged role in the deadly hit-and-run. Although Jinder was reported to have suffered serious injuries after jumping out of a window, he is currently in critical condition at a nearby hospital. As such, the police have not yet filed a formal complaint against him.
Per KSEE, Contreraz’s friends, family, and loved ones are understandably shocked by the horrific tragedy. His ex-girlfriend, Tailor SanchezHe told the local news outlet that he was heartbroken by Monik’s death (below):
“It wasn’t fair. He could at least stop. He was the first, great love of my life.”
Explaining to the outlet that Contraraj was working to “turn his life around” after his drug addiction, Sanchez added:
“It simply came to our notice then. He was a very good man at heart and could rarely do any harm to anyone. If he had stopped, would he have survived? These are the questions that keep me awake at night and they will probably always be there. He deserves to be remembered as a great man, full of love and kindness. “
So, so sorry.
Our hearts go out to Contreraz’s family, friends, and loved ones at this terrible time.
[Image via KSEE 24 News/Fresno Police Department]