Driver turns himself in after Sunday’s hit-and-run injured 4
DENVER – The man who hit four people in the parking lot of a Federal Boulevard night club early Sunday has turned himself in, according to police.
Denver Police received a call from 26-year-old Larry Vo on Wednesday, who said he wanted to turn himself in for the hit-and-run that occurred over the weekend.
Detectives met Vo and recovered the silver Honda Civic hatchback that sped through the parking lot of Matrix night club at 2915 W. Mississippi Avenue and hit four people before fleeing the scene on S. Federal.
A husband and wife were among those injured and were listed as being in critical condition, according to Denver police spokeswoman Raquel Lopez.
“A fourth victim was able to walk away from the scene and sought medical attention on her own and was diagnosed with a concussion,” Lopez said.
Police said there was a fight outside in the nightclub’s parking lot earlier in the evening that moved out into Mississippi.
Lopez said the four victims were “innocent bystanders” and weren’t involved in the fight.
Vo is being held under investigation for vehicular assault, reckless driving, hit-and-run leaving the scene of an accident with serious bodily injury and careless driving.
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