23-Year-Old Woman Arrested after Pursuit Collision on Madera Avenue
HESPERIA, CA (September 19, 2022) – Monday evening, Rose Ruffin was arrested after a hit-and-run collision on Danbury Avenue.
The incident happened around 6:42 p..m, near the intersection of Madera and Danbury Avenue on September 12th.
Per reports, 23-year-old Ruffin was driving a white Chevrolet truck and struck a power pole. Officers saw Ruffin speeding out after crashing into the pole at a high rate of speed, east on Danbury Avenue and then north on Peach Street.
Meanwhile, the patrol officer activated his lights and Ruffin continued driving at an increasing speed. Shortly after, Ruffin struck a stop sign and slammed into a residential building on Devon Street.
Meanwhile, Ruffin attempted to flee on foot and hid in a nearby house. Officers eventually located and arrested 23-year-old Ruffin, of Hesperia without incident before taking her into custody at the High Desert Detention Center.
Meanwhile, the American Red Cross arrived at the scene and treated three adult victims and several dogs and cats. Although, authorities have not yet released their identities.
Police are advising witnesses to contact Sgt. M. Rios, at Victor Valley Sheriff’s Station 760-552-6800 or give tips on We-Tip at 1-800-78-CRIME (27463) or www.wetip.com.
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