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Man Wanted After Leaving His Partially Ejected Passenger in Vehicle After Hesperia Crash

Man Wanted After Leaving His Partially Ejected Passenger in Vehicle After Hesperia Crash

HESPERIA – Authorities are asking for the public’s help to locate a male suspect involved in a hit-and-run collision leaving his passenger partially ejected from his vehicle.  On Friday, May 25, 2018, at around 9:20 p.m. deputies from the Hesperia Station responded to a collision located at Sycamore and Balsam in the City of Hesperia. When they arrived they located a badly damaged white 1974 Chevrolet pickup truck with a critically injured male passenger partially ejected from the vehicle and a semi-truck.

Through investigation it was learned that the driver Jorge Galvan struck the semi-truck and fled the scene, leaving his passenger behind. Galvan, 35, is described as Hispanic, 5’10 tall, 180 pounds, black hair, and brown eyes. Investigators have a Ramey Warrant for his arrest. Galvan’s last known address is in the City of Whittier, and authorities believe he may be back in that area. It is also believed that Galvan sustained injuries to his face and upper body that would likely require medical attention. It is unknown where Galvan is or what his current medical condition is.

Anyone with information regarding the location of Jorge Galvan is asked to contact the Hesperia Station at 760-947-1500. Callers wishing to remain anonymous are asked to call the We-Tip Hotline at 1-800-78-CRIME (27463) or you may leave information on the We-Tip website at www.wetip.com.

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