MCSO Detectives said they linked an abandoned vehicle located in a Golden Valley wash to a fatal hit and run collision on April 23. MCSO/File Photo
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Reward Offered for Information on Hit and Run

MCSO Detectives said they linked an abandoned vehicle located in a Golden Valley wash to a fatal hit and run collision on April 23. MCSO/File Photo

GOLDEN VALLEY – Mohave Silent Witness is offering $1,500 for information leading to the arrest of the driver involved in a fatal hit and run collision on April 23.

Deputies responded about 10:55 p.m. April 23 to a call about a person in the roadway in the area of Colorado Road and Brook Drive. Deputies found the victim, Krisandrea Lynn Pannell-Cashen, 62, of Golden Valley, deceased upon arrival.

After a thorough investigation, detectives determined the involved vehicle was possibly a gold 1999 to 2004 Chevy S-10 pickup or Blazer.

The suspected vehicle was located abandoned, April 24, in a wash on the west end of Golden Valley. Detectives responded to the scene, processed the vehicle, and found significant evidence to link the vehicle with the collision. Detectives determined the vehicle was towed to the desert by an unknown person.

MCSO needs help identifying the unknown person who towed the vehicle, as well as the driver during the collision. Detectives need to speak with Joseph Lloyd Whybark, 34, of Golden Valley, the registered owner of the vehicle.

To offer information, call MSCO and ask to speak with Detective Coffin at 928-753-0753. Reference case number DR#19-015079.

Source: Mohave County Sheriff’s Office