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RIVERSIDE: Violent crash was attack on ex-girlfriend, police say

RIVERSIDE: Violent crash was attack on ex-girlfriend, police say


Emergency crews work on the scene of a crash that left a 29-year-old Riverside woman in critical condition and injured two others on Monday, March 16, 2015.


A 37-year-old Riverside man is behind bars on suspicion of attacking his ex-girlfriend by intentionally ramming a pickup into her car, critically injuring her, city police say.

Huber Santoyo-Robles was arrested at 2:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 18, at Mission Inn Avenue and Lime Street in downtown Riverside and was booked for investigation of attempted murder and assault resulting in great bodily injury, along with three misdemeanor traffic-related offenses, jail records show.

His bail is $1 million.

Initially, police believed that the hit-and-run wreck began as an accidental crash.

The collision happened at 2:59 a.m. Monday along Kansas Avenue just south of Third Street.

Now, police say that the crash amounted to domestic violence against the 29-year-old Riverside woman who was driving a Toyota Scion that also contained two of her friends.

The impact snapped off the right front wheel of the Scion, which rolled onto and over a parked car. The Scion landed on its roof, trapping the driver for about 30 minutes until firefighters cut her free.

She underwent emergency surgery and remains hospitalized, police say. Her name has not been released.

Her two companions were a man, who also remains hospitalized, and a woman who was treated and released, said Lt. Mike Cook.

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