Pinellas Park police are searching for a woman involved in a hit-and-run incident that resulted in the death of a bicyclist. The victim, identified as William Christopher Rothey, was hit by a car on 66th Street and pronounced dead at the hospital. The driver, Anaya Elisia Millan, has been identified, but is still at large. Anyone with information is urged to contact Crime Stoppers or the Pinellas Park Police Department. Nathaniel Rodriguez reported
Pinellas Park Police Seek Public’s Help in Finding Hit-and-Run Suspect
Authorities in Pinellas Park, Florida, are calling on the public for assistance in locating a woman who is believed to have caused a fatal hit-and-run incident. The incident occurred early Saturday morning when a bicyclist was struck by a car on 66th Street. The driver of the vehicle fled the scene, leaving the victim, identified as William Christopher Rothey, 37, of St. Petersburg, critically injured. Despite efforts to save him, Rothey was pronounced dead at a local hospital.
According to investigators, Rothey was riding his bicycle along the shoulder of 66th Street when a vehicle suddenly swerved from the curb lane and collided with him. The driver of the car has been identified as Anaya Elisia Millan, 26, of Seminole. Police have located the vehicle at a Public located at 7333 Park Boulevard, but Millan remains at large.
The Pinellas Park Police Department is urging anyone with information on Millan’s whereabouts to come forward. They can contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-973-TIPS or the Pinellas Park Police Department directly at 727-369-7840.
Hit-and-run incidents are serious crimes that can have devastating consequences. The police are determined to hold the responsible party accountable and bring justice to the victim’s family. The public’s cooperation is crucial in solving this case and ensuring that Millan is apprehended..