The family of a man injured nearly three months ago by a hit-and-run driver in a white minivan or SUV has upped the reward for information about the unknown motorist to $15,000.
The investigation into the April 2 collision has been hampered by scarce details about the vehicle or driver.
Ronnie Remington, 46, of Santa Rosa was struck at about 7:55 a.m. by an eastbound white minivan or SUV as he crossed Bellevue Avenue near Dutton Avenue, Santa Rosa police officials said. Remington had just been to Dada’s Deli and was crossing the street to return to work at G&C Auto Body, according to his uncle and employer, Gene Crozat, who owns the shop.
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