A bicyclist was struck and killed Thursday by a rushing motorist in a crimson SUV at Kimberly Road and Davenport Avenue, close to Runge Mortuary and Crematory.
Davenport Police mentioned that Alex Marietta, 40, of Geneseo, was using his bicycle southbound on Davenport Avenue at 3:02 p.m. when he was struck by a crimson Chevrolet Tahoe that didn’t cease for a crimson mild whereas touring westbound on Kimberly Road.
The Tahoe fled the scene.
Police had been in a position to establish the driving force of the Tahoe as Bobby Fitzgerald Hunt Jr., 33, of Davenport.
Hunt is charged with one depend every of murder by car, reckless driving, leaving the scene of a fatality crash and interference with official acts.
The cost of murder by car for which Hunt has been charged is a Class C felony below Iowa legislation that carries a jail sentence of 10 years.
Leaving the scene of an accident involving loss of life is a Class D felony that carries a jail sentence of 5 years.
Hunt was being held Thursday night time within the Scott County Jail on a $50,000 cash-only bond. He will make a primary look Friday in Scott County District Court.
Marietta is the third bike owner to be killed in a month on Quad-City roads. A 13-year-old boy on a bicycle was struck by a police cruiser May 4 in Moline. The officer is on administrative depart, pending an investigation.