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Bicyclist Andy Heines dies after collision with alleged hit-and-run driver Alexis Derise Jr, 40, at Paul Jones and SPID in Corpus Christi, Texas

Modified Date: 
Thu, 08/11/2016 - 3:07pm
Accident Date: 
Wednesday, July 20, 2016

Bicyclist Injured in Hit and Run

Call 361-886-2600 if you have any information that could lead to an arrest. 

Bicyclist in critical condition following hit and run

Police are questioning a driver accused of a hit and run that seriously injured Andy Heines, the Corporate Communications Director for AEP. 

Police Make Arrest In Hit & Run Case

 Alexis Derise Jr, 40, was arrested Wednesday morning after police say he was driving a green and tan pickup truck along Paul Jones near the intersection of South Padre Island Drive and hit a bicyclist, then fled the scene.

Bicyclist hit remains in ICU, suspect held on $50,000 bond

According to CCPD, Derise admitted he had been involved in an accident. He is now in the Nueces County Jail being held on a $50,000 bond. He is charged with causing an accident involving an injury or death.

Bicyclist injured in hit and run on SPID has died

Sad news this morning as we learn Andy Heines, the bicyclist hit while riding along the SPID Access Road last week has died.

Cyclist community to hold ride in honor of hit-and-run victim

A local group of bikers is inviting the public to participate in a silent ride in honor of Heines. They'll meet at Dorothy Adkins Middle School Thursday, July 28th at 6 p.m. They'll hold a brief moment of silence and then start the ride. 

Death of cyclist spurs reminder of city ordinance for drivers

Cantu and other members of the biking community say they've become more aware of road safety after the death of Andy Heines. Some have even added extra safety lights to their bikes.

They believe this PSA will remind drivers they have responsibility as well.

 

 

Topics: 
Hit and Run
People Involved: 
Andy Heines
Alexis Derise Jr.

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