HESPERIA, Calif.(VVNG.com)– A 35-year-old Hesperia woman was taken into custody following a hit-and-run crash and brief pursuit Sunday night.
On December 11th at approximately 6:16 p.m., a Hesperia park’s and Recreation Ranger reported he was involved in a traffic collision at the intersection of Main Street and Escondido Avenue.
According to authorities, the Ranger was reportedly westbound on Main Street making a turn southbound onto Escondido Avenue when a sedan ran the light and collided with their unit and a few other vehicles.
Per scanner reports, the pursuit continued for a couple of minutes before the 1995 Honda Civic yielded on Main Street just west of Topaz.
A female driver of the Honda, later identified as Jennifer Coren Salcido was taken into custody without further incident.
According to a witness, the Honda blew through several red lights. As the vehicle ran the light at the intersection of Escondido and Main it collided into a 2003 Ford Escape and the Hesperia Sheriff’s truck.
No injuries were reported as result of the collision.
Suspect Salcido was arrested and booked at HDDC on charges of VC2800.2- Felony evading a peace officer and VC23152(b)- Driving under the influence. Bail is set at $105,000.