The driver fled the scene of the accident, abandoning the victim, but was found and arrested for two traffic law violations.
Location of the accident that occurred in May this year (Tokai TV archive)
The police were looking for a driver who committed an accident in May this year, in the city of Kariya (Aichi), when colliding with a bicycle. This caused injuries to the 13-year-old high school student, but the driver fled without providing assistance.
On Tuesday (14), the police reported that he located and arrested the Peruvian パストレリ・レジェス・デボラ・アイメ, 28, employed and residing in Toyota (Aichi), as suspicion of this hit-and-run.
The accident occurred when he was leaving the parking lot of a convenience store with his kei, leaving the student with injuries on the right elbow and leg.
A Peruvian was located by the police after hearing the witnesses eyepieces and analyze the images of security cameras in the immediate vicinity.
“I hit a bicycle, but I didn’t think it was injured,” he would have partially assumed responsibility. She also claimed that “I don’t know how to speak Japanese, so I didn’t report the accident”.
However, the Peruvian will also respond driving without having a driver’s license.
Fontes: Tokai TV, CBC TV e CTV