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Youth charged in Zion Hill hit & run

Police have charged the suspect accused of being involved in a hit and run accident which resulted in injuries to Mrs Asiyah Mahoney on February 1, 2014. Photo: Facebook
ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI – Police have charged the suspect accused of being involved in a hit and run accident which resulted in injuries to Mrs Asiyah Mahoney on February 1, 2014.

Javier Maduro, 21, was charged on April 13, 2014 with reckless driving after reports stated that he had initially turned himself in to authorities and was released without charge.  

In an arrest blotter issued earlier this week, Police disclosed that the Carrot Bay resident will make a court appearance on May 16, 2014 and has been granted bail in the sum of $10,000 with one signed surety.

Meanwhile, Mrs Mahoney is said to be recuperating well after she had been transferred to an overseas hospital for treatment immediately following the accident.

Mahoney had been taking her usual early morning walk at the time the incident occurred.

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