Arrest made in hit-and-run accident

By WEEK Reporter

July 1, 2013 Updated Jul 1, 2013 at 7:23 PM CDT

PEORIA, Ill. -- Peoria Police have one arrest in the hit and run accident Sunday that sent two people to the hospital and they have information on the still-missing driver.

Police say the passenger of the vehicle, 48-year-old William Levan of Peoria, is jailed on a charge of obstructing police.

He and the driver were in a silver Grand Prix belonging to Perfect Choice Exteriors out of Creve Coeur.

Around 6:00 PM Sunday, police say the Grand Prix was heading west on War Memorial when the driver lost control and hit a blue automobile.

Authorities say the Grand Prix then spun into the eastbound lane and hit a three wheeled motorcycle, sending it into a ravine.

The driver of the motorcycle, Theresa Reeder, and a passenger--William Herman, were taken to the hospital where they are listed in fair condition.

Police know the identity of the man driving the Grand Prix, however, they have not yet located him.

If you have information on the whereabouts the driver, you are encouraged to call Crimestoppers at 673-9000.

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