The driver who allegedly injured two police officers in a hit-and-run accident three years ago He has been charged with several crimes, including manslaughter.
Cavalry responded to a hit-and-run incident in South Burnaby on 4 March 2019. Two officers from the Lower Mainland Police Dog Service were injured and a suspicious vehicle was spotted a short distance away.
The RCMP launched a lengthy investigation and in May of this year he found 32-year-old Jason Kilpakaran guilty of two charges of manslaughter and not stopping after an accident that caused bodily harm. 2, and his 1. Count of public pranks.
"This hit-and-run had a significant impact on two of his officers who were seriously injured while on the job," said Burnaby RCMP Cpl. Mike Karangi in a case update released this week.
"The investigation spanned more than three years and the Criminal Conflict Investigation Team worked tirelessly to conduct a thorough investigation that resulted in the indictment."
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