Durham police officer involved in hit-and-run is not injured
Posted May 7
Durham, N.C. — A police officer who was involved in a hit-and-run on Sunday is not injured, according to city officials.
The incident occurred around 5 a.m. on N. Roxboro Street while the officer was driving to work. Officials said the officer was not injured by the car, which fled the scene.
According to officials, a deputy observed the hit-and-run and pursued the suspect, 33-year-old Juan Bautista Fabian, until Horton Road and Chalk Level Road. Fabian's car experienced mechanical failure and stopped unexpectedly. As a result, he experienced minor injuries and was transported to the hospital.
Fabian was charged with DWI, no operator’s license, felony speeding to elude arrest, speeding 60 in a 40 mph zone, hit and run, red light violation, failure to yield the right of way and failure to reduce speed to avoid a crash.