Denver hit-and-run suspect surrenders |

Denver hit-and-run suspect surrenders

DENVER (AP) – A man wanted for injuring four people in a hit-and-run accident in Denver has turned himself in.

Police said Wednesday that 25-year-old Larry Vo called them and said he wanted to surrender. He was being held for investigation of vehicular assault and other charges.

Vo is suspected of speeding through a parking lot following a fight outside a nightclub around 2 a.m. Sunday. The four people hit weren’t involved in the fight.

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