Kirkwood family offers reward for information about driver that hit cyclist
A cyclist suffered severe injuries on June 29 when a black Hyundai Accent swerved into a bike lane on Hosea L. Williams Drive in Kirkwood.
The crash occurred near the intersection of Hosea L. Williams Drive and Saunders Street. Police have a license plate number that a witness wrote down after following the vehicle, but so far police haven’t made any arrests.
The injured cyclist, Valerie Warren, is out of the hospital. She suffered a skull fracture, leaving her with a subdural hematoma, two broken ribs, a broken thumb, a broken collarbone and “a pretty significant concussion.” Now the husband of the cyclist, David Warren, has posted a $5,000 reward for anyone with information that leads to the conviction of the person responsible.
“Atlanta Police Department is working the case, but has asked that I provide as much evidence as possible which is why I have canvassed the area searching for video of the car, driver, and passenger,” David Warren said. “Now, we have raised a $5,000 reward leading to the conviction of the responsible party. We want to share this information broadly so that someone will come forward with information as soon as possible.”
For more information about the reward, click here.