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Police seek passenger in suspected DUI-related crash

By From page A3 | February 13, 2013

VACAVILLE — Police are searching for a passenger who bolted after an injury accident Monday night on Dobbins Street near Deodora Street, according to police press release.

When officers arrived at the scene they found the driver, Vacaville resident Anthony Barragan-Sullivan, 21, outside the vehicle and two adult females trapped in the back seat. The missing passenger was sitting in the front seat and left the scene before officers arrived.

Barragan-Sullivan failed to turn on a slight curve on Dobbins Street, struck the curb, slid sideways and hit a telephone pole, according to the release.

After extrication, the two passengers were transported to area hospitals where one was reported as stable and the other was in serious condition, according to police. Police are not releasing their names.

Barragan-Sullivan was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence causing injury with a blood alcohol level of .08 percent or greater and on suspicion of driving on a suspended drivers license. No jail booking information was available.

Police would like to speak with the missing passenger about the accident and to ensure she doesn’t have injuries.

Anyone with information about the accident or about the missing passenger – known only as Jasmine – is asked to call Officer Bob Horel with the Vacaville police at 449-5200.

Reach Susan Winlow at 427-6955 or [email protected] Follow her on Twitter at www.twitter.com/swinlowdr. 

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