44-Year-Old Suspect Nathan Rawlins Arrested for Hit-in-Run Crash along Bluecrest Drive
LAKE HAVASU, AZ (November 1, 2021) – Thursday, Nathan Rawlins, 44, was arrested following a hit-and-run incident after striking a 4-year-old girl in Mohave County.
The Lake Havasu Police department responded to a crash at the 3600 block in Bluecrest drive.
According to the authorities, Rawlins was driving a grey 2004 Jeep Liberty when he suddenly hit the child and fled the scene.
The young girl suffered non-life threatening injuries and was sent to Havasu Regional Medical Center.
Rawlins was taken to the Lake Havasu City Police Department Jail and charged with leaving the scene of an accident involving injury, and driving with a suspended/revoked drivers license.
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