Ansonia man charged for allegedly leaving people with “serious injuries laying in the roadway” after accident in stolen vehicle
NAUGATUCK — Town police recently arrested an Ansonia man who allegedly left people with “serious injuries laying in the roadway” after getting into an accident in a stolen vehicle in Oct. 2017.
Raymond Grullon, 33, of Ansonia, was charged with evading responsibility and first-degree larceny, police said on Facebook Monday.
Police said the accident occured on Prospect Street on Oct. 6, 2017. Detective Danielle Bailey and the Naugatuck Valley Collision Investigation Team conducted an inquiry into the incident, prompting a warrant for Grullon’s arrest.
“It was determined that Grullon, who had just fled a traffic stop with State Police in a stolen vehicle collided with another vehicle that was attempting a left turn on to Locust Street,” police said. “Grullon fled the scene on foot leaving the occupants of the other vehicle with serious injuries laying in the roadway.”
Grullon was held in lieu of a $130,000 bond and scheduled to appear in Superior Court in Waterbury Dec. 19, police said.
His case was continued to Jan. 2, according to state judicial records.