• February 01, 2022

Sharonda Garvin Injured in Alleged Hit-and-run Accident in Harris County, TX; Jose Alejo Charged

Harris County, TX -- January 29, 2022, Sharonda Garvin was injured following an accident which allegedly involved a hit-and-run driver.

Investigators did not give specific information about the accident. They only said that an accident occurred in which Jose Alejo was operating a motor vehicle, and Sharonda Hines Garvin sustained injuries. Alejo allegedly left the scene of the accident and now faces a charge for failure to stop and render aid. Authorities did not give any additional details.

Commentary on Sharonda Gavin Alleged Hit-and-run Accident in Harris County

If the allegations here prove to be true--which isn't for me to say--then it's at least good to see there will be some consequences here. Investigators can now focus their efforts on what exactly happened in the accident. They may not seem all that necessary, considering someone now faces charges for the accident, but there can be unique factors that need more thorough independent investigations.

Sharonda Garvin Alleged Hit-and-run Accident Harris County, TX

For example, a lot of hit-and-runs involve drunk drivers who were drinking at a local bar. That could then mean there is also a negligent establishment liable under dram shop law for over-serving someone and contributing to the accident. Is that something authorities have looked into here? If not, perhaps there needs to be more thorough independent investigations to ensure the victim has every opportunity to get the help they need.


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