Man Who Fled Hit-And-Run Crash That Killed Grandmother Is In Custody

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — The suspect in a hit-and-run crash that left two family members dead is now in custody.

Valentino Alvarez, 22, faces hit and run and vehicular manslaughter charges as well as driving without a license after a crash Wednesday night on the way home from a wake.

valentino alvarez booking Man Who Fled Hit And Run Crash That Killed Grandmother Is In Custody

Elizabeth Hernandez, 64, of Hood and Lisa Fitzpatrick, 47, of Folsom died in the rollover crash on Hood-Franklin Road after the vehicle hit a timber truck. His father was also injured in the crash.

Officers say after the impact Alvarez fled the scene and flagged down another motorist who gave Alvarez a ride to a home in the town of Hood.

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  1. Phillip James Tabaldo sr says:

    I’m the brother of Lisa,for this guy to even have a bail is just sad,let alone be set at$20,000.To me that means he took two lives pay $2,000and he could just walk right out the front door.He ran from the accident what makes you think he won’t run again. I lost my baby sister not to mention she was a mother of four kids,drug dealers get higher bail than that.He took two lives that price is$10,000 each life,pay that and you can go home.While my niece and nephews have to make funeral arrangements and find a new life without their mom.He left my sister on the side of the road dead like some freaking animal!!!!He shouldn’t even have a bail let alone be set so low.

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