Venice Hit-And-Run Suspect Held On Suspicion Of Murder

Source: Los Angeles Time

A man who turned himself into police following a deadly hit-and-run rampage on the Venice boardwalk remained behind bars Monday morning on suspicion of murder.

Nathan Campbell, 38, abandoned his blue sedan on a nearby street and walked into a police station to turn himself about an hour after the incident Saturday that left one dead and many injured, police said.

Campbell, a Colorado native who sources said was possibly living in his car, is being held in lieu of $1-million bail. Police said Campbell asked how many people had been injured in the incident.

Witnesses and victims described a scene of confusion and chaos as the blue Dodge sedan tore across the Venice boardwalk.

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