Police allege that Riojas, 27, hit Kellar on his bike. He then allegedly stopped and pulled Kellar off his trunk, dragged him into his car, and fled.
Kellar was later pronounced dead. He was mentally disabled and worked as a handyman. He was on his way home on Saturday night when he was hit by Riojas in his 2004 Chevy Cavalier. Riojas is accused of swerving over the center of the road.
Riojas then drove the car to his home about half a mile away — covered in Kellar’s blood.
Police later found Riojas hiding underneath a neighbor’s car and tasered him to get him out from under the vehicle. He charged him with intoxication manslaughter and resisting arrest. He has a criminal record with various drug arrests and other violations.
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