Arrest made after pedestrian is struck by vehicle in New Haven

New Haven

A man has been arrested after a pedestrian was hit by a vehicle in New Haven back in May.

According to officials, on May 28th, there was a dispute between two men in the parking lot of a gas station on Whalley and Sherman Avenues.

Authorities said one of the men involved ran over another man with a car and fled the scene.

The victim was taken to a local hospital and was listed in critical condition.

Related Content: Man hit by car after fight in New Haven

Following an investigation, on Wednesday, police arrested 27-year-old David Treasure of Hamden.

He has been charged with assault in the first degree.

Treasure was due in court on Thursday morning.


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