A suspect has been captured in an attempt at manslaughter that harmed a gathering of four bicyclists Saturday in unincorporated Marin County, a California Highway Patrol officer said toward the beginning of today.
Aaron Paff, 21, of Novato, was captured at his home just before midnight Saturday and set up for the Marin County Jail on doubt of lawful offense attempt at manslaughter, said CHP Officer Andrew Barclay.
The four bicyclists who were harmed in the occurrence are in stable condition in the doctor’s facility, Barclay said. One of them had been taken via air emergency vehicle to Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital, he said. Every one of the four are relied upon to survive, the CHP officer said.
The underlying guest said that four bicyclists were engaged with an impact however later officers took in a vehicle was additionally included and its driver headed out from the scene, as indicated by the CHP.
Witnesses told officers that a dull blue Dodge Ram pickup truck was voyaging west on Point Reyes-Petaluma Road when the driver seemed to swerve to one side and deliberately crash into the gathering of bicyclists, the CHP said.
The CHP approached the general population for help in finding the suspect, portraying his truck as a midnight blue Dodge Ram group taxicab pickup truck with some harm to the correct side.
The data helped the officers find the suspect and the presume vehicle, he said.
“We could find the vehicle in the (suspect’s) garage and could affirm with the photos we had and the harm we saw on the vehicle it was a similar vehicle from the crash,” Barclay asserted.
“We got extra units and help from Novato police.