An East Naples driver was arrested Saturday, Nov. eleven, 2017, after deputies stated he hit and killed Shayden Colvin, thirteen, and failed to remain on the scene of the crash. This can be a name made to E-911 following the hit-and-run crash.
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An East Naples driver was arrested Saturday after deputies stated he hit and killed a thirteen-yr-previous boy, who was driving his bicycle, and failed to remain on the scene of the crash.

Pedro Silva-Diaz, 32, initially confronted a felony cost of hit-and-run — failure to cease and stay at a crash involving critical bodily accidents — however detectives, throughout his first courtroom look Monday, requested that cost to be amended to leaving the scene of a crash leading to dying, Collier County Sheriff’s Workplace spokeswoman Kristi Lester stated in an e mail.

Silva-Diaz additionally faces a misdemeanor cost of driving with an expired driver’s license for greater than six months, in accordance with an arrest report.

He was booked on the Naples Jail Middle on $one hundred,500 bail. However bond can be moot as a result of Silva-Diaz additionally has a maintain for U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement on his arrest report.

Investigators stated Silva-Diaz was driving a 2015 Toyota Tundra pickup north on Lakewood Boulevard, approaching a cease signal at Estey Avenue in East Naples shortly earlier than eleven p.m. Saturday.

On the similar time, Shayden Colvin, of East Naples, was driving east on Estey Avenue on his bicycle, in accordance with a crash report.

Silva-Diaz turned left to go west onto Estey Avenue and struck Colvin, however continued driving and was stopped by deputies at Inexperienced and Sunshine boulevards about 10 minutes later after a witness to the crash referred to as 911, investigators stated.

The license plate on the 2015 Toyota Tundra matched the one the witness had relayed to dispatchers, deputies stated.

Silva-Diaz advised deputies he was on his approach residence from work and stopped on the cease signal when he made a left flip onto Estey Avenue and “felt an enormous thump on the entrance left aspect of his car for a second,” based on the arrest report. 

He informed deputies he thought “it was a nail in his tire” and continued driving, the report states.

When deputies examined the Toyota Tundra they discovered a “pink scrape of paint on the entrance left aspect bumper which was according to the accident,” in line with the report.

Colvin was on a purple bicycle, driving residence, the report states. He was flown to Tampa Basic Hospital, the place he later died.

A GoFundMe page, created Saturday to support Colvin’s mother and help offset costs for a memorial service, raised more than $11,000 in a day, more than doubling its goal.

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