According to police reports, Guerrero was pulled over, as he was turning from Community Park Road onto St. John Avenue, heading northbound. Witnesses had followed Guerrero in a separate vehicle and flagged DPD Officer Holbrook down to alert him to the situation. Holbrook's report states that Guerrero was read his Miranda rights in Spanish and although a translator was called by phone to speak to him, a proper field sobriety test could not be conducted due to the language barrier.
After determining that Guerrero was the subject involved with the incident at the fairgrounds he was placed under arrest and later charged with leaving the scene of a motor vehicle crash with injuries and aggravated assault.
Guerrero appeared in court this week and was released on a $10,000 bond. His next court appearance is on Monday, Nov. 5.
Pitones was transported to DRMC with multiple injuries and his condition in unknown at this time.