APD arrests man who fled from traffic stop, hit-and-run crash

APD: Intersection of Juan Tabo and Indian School closed

Albuquerque police officers are at Juan Tabo and Indian School to investigate a case involving a stolen vehicle that is in a nearby embankment.

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Albuquerque police officers shut down the intersection of Juan Tabo and Indian School on Wednesday afternoon following a police pursuit.

Police say they arrested Dylan Lujan, 31, after he fled from a traffic stop in a stolen truck and struck a pedestrian who was walking in a crosswalk at Central and San Pablo. The woman who was hit was critically injured.

Officers found the vehicle near Eubank and I-40, where a pursuit began. Lujan later drove into the Embudo Arroyo and stopped in the drainage tunnel. Lujan and his girlfriend were taken into custody.

Lujan was arrested and charged with great bodily harm by vehicle, receiving/transferring a stolen vehicle, aggravated fleeing, and leaving the scene of an accident.

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