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June 11, 2012 at 5:29 PM

Man killed in Marysville hit-and-run identified

The man killed in a hit-and-run accident in Marysville late Saturday has been identified as 18-year-old Shane J. Santos of Everett.

Two other people, Marysville residents aged 20 and 21, were  critically injured  when, with Santos, they were hit by a vehicle on a Marysville street where residents had recently posted “slow down” signs.

Both of the survivors are in serious condition today in the intensive care unit of Harborview Medical Center in Seattle, according to Susan Gregg, the hospital’s spokeswoman.

Police say the accident occurred at about 11:30 p.m. in the 10200 block of  Shoultes Road.  One of the victims was riding a bicycle and the other two were walking.

The driver, a 27-year-old Everett man was booked into Snohomish County Jail for investigation of vehicular homicide, vehicular assault and felony hit and run. A 30-year-old Marysville man who was a passenger in the car was booked for investigation of rendering criminal assistance.

With the help of witnesses, Marysville police found a suspect vehicle several blocks away after it crashed into a tree.

According to KING5, the suspected driver’s bail has been set at $100,000 for vehicular manslaughter, vehicular assault and felony hit-and-run charges.

Santos graduated from Marysville Pilchuck High School in 2011 and had been working at Paws it On pet shop with his grandmother since 2008, according to his Facebook profile.

The avid shuffle dancer recently announced via the social media site that he’d been accepted into Seattle’s Tap Tap Production’s shuffle crew saying, “I live for dance and love it more than most things in the world.”

 

 

 

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