Arrest Made of Hit-and-Run Driver who Killed Hesperia Woman

Arrest Made of Hit-and-Run Driver who Killed Hesperia Woman

HESPERIA – As a result into the deadly hit-and-run collision that killed a 61-year-old Hesperia woman as she attempted to check her mail, an arrest was made Wednesday night.

Deborah J. Marshall was checking the mail at her home on Main and Balsam Avenue at around 7:47 a.m. on Tuesday morning when a Silver 2001 Ford Expedition left the roadway, over the curb and into the dirt shoulder, slamming into Marshall and continuing to drive westbound on Main Street. Witnesses provided the suspect vehicle information to responding deputies, who located it several miles away unoccupied off Topaz Avenue, north of Oak Street. Marshall suffered major injuries and was pronounced dead at the scene.

Deputies searched for the suspect using a Sheriff’s tracking K-9, ground patrol units and the Sheriff’s helicopter, but they were unable to locate him. Evidence was recovered at the scene, including material evidence and witness statements, which led investigators to the identification of the suspect. An arrest warrant for Alonso Regalado, 21, of Perris, was issued and on Wednesday night at around 8:00 p.m. he was arrested at a Victorville home and booked into the High Desert Detention Center for Vehicular Manslaughter and Felony, Hit and Run.

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