Busted Francisco Luna-Flores Deputies Find Cowardly Lying Hit & Run Suspected Illegal ALien Francisco Luna-Flores who hit Bicyclist

  • Deputies Find Hit & Run Suspected Illegal ALien Francisco Luna-Flores  who hit Bicyclist, Washington Co. Sheriff’s Office– 02/20/12

    Summary of Event

    Starting around 4:30 this afternoon deputies responded to three crashes involving vehicles and pedestrians or bicyclists. One of the crashes was a hit-and-run and deputies found the suspect shortly after the crash. All three pedestrians were injured.

    Full Details

    On Monday, February 20, 2012, Sheriff’s deputies were very busy dealing with crashes involving vehicles vs. pedestrians and bicycles. The calls started at 4:27 p.m. with a pedestrian who was struck by a car in the intersection of SW Beaverton-Hillsdale Highway and SW Scholls Ferry Road in the community of Raleigh Hills. The pedestrian had a “walk signal” and was lawfully in the intersection when she was struck by a vehicle turning right on a red light. She suffered non-life-threatening injuries. The driver was cited for Failing to Yield to a Pedestrian.

    At 5:42 p.m., Sheriff’s deputies responded to a bicyclist who had been hit at the intersection of SW 185th Avenue and SW Blanton Street in the community of Aloha. The crash involved a hit and run driver in a dark colored SUV. Deputies arrived and found 46-year-old Natalya Tupikova (from Beaverton) with serious, but non-life-threatening injuries. She told deputies she was riding her bike north on SW 185th Ave. when an SUV traveling south on 185th Ave. turned in front of her and struck her. Deputies investigating the crash broadcast the description of a dark colored SUV with the first three numbers on the license plate.

    An observant deputy found a 2002 black Dodge Durango in an apartment complex several blocks from the crash. The numbers matched the first three given on the plate of the suspect vehicle. There were two occupants in the Durango and a third in an apartment in the complex. At first all three mexicans denied any knowledge of the crash, but after deputies pointed out several discrepancies in their stories they admitted their involvement in the crash. The driver, 51-year-old Francisco Luna-Flores (from
    Beaverton) said he panicked and left the scene of the crash. Deputies arrested him and charged him with Felony Fail to Perform the Duties of a Driver (Hit and Run.) He was later booked into the Washington County Jail.

  • Mrs. Tupikova was transported to the hospital in an ambulance.

    At 6:27 p.m., deputies responded to SW 185th Avenue and SW Pheasant Lane for a bicyclist that was hit by a car. The bicyclist, 45-year-old Gordon J. Douglas of Aloha, suffered life-threatening injuries and was transported to Emanuel Hospital via ground ambulance. Witnesses said Mr. Douglas was riding down the sidewalk and suddenly turned left and rode straight into traffic. A car traveling in the slow lane nearly missed Mr. Douglas and a car in the fast lane struck him. The driver was not at fault. Alcohol seems to be a factor on the part of Mr. Douglas. Deputies had the south bound lanes of 185th Ave. closed for a time while the crash was investigated.

    Attached Media Files: 2012-02/1128/51849/PR_120220_Three_Pedestrain_Crashes.pdf , 2012-02/1128/51849/Hit_and_Run3.JPG , 2012-02/1128/51849/Hit_and_Run.JPG , 2012-02/1128/51849/Pheasant_Rd2.JPG , 2012-02/1128/51849/Pheasant_rd.JPG , 2012-02/1128/51849/LUNA-FLORESFRANCISCO.jpg

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