21-Year-Old Man Arrested after Single-Vehicle Collision on Lake Mead Parkway
HENDERSON, NV (February 3, 2023) – Sunday, a woman was killed and Milton Martin Enriquez was arrested after a DUI crash on North Shore Road.
Around 12:01 a.m., police responded to the scene near the intersection of Lake Mead Parkway and North Shore Road. Per reports, a vehicle driven by Enriquez lost control and crashed in the area.
Medical personnel arrived and pronounced the female passenger dead at the scene. Although, authorities did not release the identity of the deceased victim.
Meanwhile, local officials arrested 21-year-old Milton Martin Enriquez after he displayed signs of impairment. The suspect later stated that he had at least two beers and took half of a Xanax before the crash.
Police eventually arrested Martin Enriquez on suspicion of DUI and reckless driving resulting in death. Officers held him at the Clark County Detention Center on $150,000 bail.
Henderson Police did not release any additional information at this time. However, the accident remains under investigation.
In this sorrowful time, the Sweet James team would like to extend their heartfelt condolences to the family of the deceased young victim. May you find comfort and strength during this time.
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