18-Year-Old Driver Arrested after Injuring Three Women on Freddy Gonzalez Drive

EDINBURG, TX (September 18, 2023) – Early Sunday morning, the officers arrested Pablo De Leon after a deadly DUI collision. On September 3rd, at around 4:15 a.m., police were dispatched to a crash in the area of Jackson Road and Freddy Gonzalez Drive. According to the officers, they spotted a black GMC driving recklessly along the area and they started to conduct a traffic stop. Upon confronting the vehicle, the driver, later identified as 18-year-old Pablo De Leon, sped up and ran over a red light at University Drive and Jackson Road. Furthermore, De Leon crashed into a white Nissan Rogue with three female occupants who all obtained serious injuries. Responding paramedics rushed all three victims to DHR Health. Moreover, the authorities conducted a blood search warrant and acquired a sample from De Leon. The officers suspected De Leon to be impaired. A large portion of the roadway was temporarily shut down to allow for cleanup and preliminary duties. No additional information was added at this time and the Edinburg Police took over the investigation. The presence of alcohol or other altering substances in the body can impair thinking, reasoning, and muscle coordination which are essential in operating a vehicle safely. So, never drive while under the influence. The consequences can be devastating for you and others. By being responsible, you can keep yourself and others on the road safe.
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