Man arrested after two-vehicle crash
Sarpy County Sheriff's Office said they have arrested a man on several charges after responding to a personal injury crash involving two vehicles.
Officials said the crash happened on Hwy 50 just north of Hwy 31, and upon their arrival, the driver causing the crash had fled the scene on foot.
The Sarpy County Crash Unit was called to investigate the crash, as two people were transported in serious condition.
Authorities said it was determined that an 04 GMC Sierra truck, driven by 28-year-old Trey Roberts had been driving recklessly in a gravel parking lot off of Hwy 50. The truck also had two passengers. The truck re-entered Hwy 50 and collided with a 2017 Mazda sedan, driven by an 82-year-old man.
One truck passenger was unrestrained in the rear seat of the cab and was ejected from the truck. The passenger suffered a broken right hip and is in stable condition.
According to officials, the driver the Mazda sedan suffered a laceration to his forearm and chest bruising. He is also in stable condition. The driver of the GMC, Trey Roberts fled the scene on foot, and found a ride to his home in Cedar Creek.
Deputies from Sarpy County, along with deputies from the Cass County Sheriff’s Office said they arrested him at his home, uninjured, and was taken to the Sarpy County Jail, where he was charged with the following charges: DUI 1st offense, DUI causing serious bodily injury, willful reckless driving, failure to yield, leaving the scene of an accident with injuries, and failure to use seatbelt.
Sarpy County Sheriff's Office said Hwy 50 was shut down for approximately 3 hours while the crash investigation was completed.