Rogelio Alvarez, 18, turned himself Friday then was arrested and taken into custody for the fatal car crash that killed popular Clovis Unified administrator Gavin Gladding on Sept. 16, 2018. Though he does not have a license, Alvarez allegedly was driving a 2006 midnight blue Chevy Silverado at the time of the crash. He faces possible charges for vehicular manslaughter felony, felony hit and run and driving without a California driver’s license.
Rogelio Alvarez, 18, turned himself Friday then was arrested and taken into custody for the fatal car crash that killed popular Clovis Unified administrator Gavin Gladding on Sept. 16, 2018. Though he does not have a license, Alvarez allegedly was driving a 2006 midnight blue Chevy Silverado at the time of the crash. He faces possible charges for vehicular manslaughter felony, felony hit and run and driving without a California driver’s license. Courtesy CHP Fresno
Rogelio Alvarez, 18, turned himself Friday then was arrested and taken into custody for the fatal car crash that killed popular Clovis Unified administrator Gavin Gladding on Sept. 16, 2018. Though he does not have a license, Alvarez allegedly was driving a 2006 midnight blue Chevy Silverado at the time of the crash. He faces possible charges for vehicular manslaughter felony, felony hit and run and driving without a California driver’s license. Courtesy CHP Fresno

Suspect accused of killing Clovis Unified educator free on bail, questions linger about hit-and-run

September 22, 2018 03:06 PM