Update: A subject was involved in two hit and run crashes then drove onto a car dealership parking lot and in a rampage crashed into six vehicles causing over $170,000 in damage before being arrested.

Yesterday at approximately 11:30 a.m., 38-year old Eduardo Robles was involved in two hit-and-run crashes at the intersection of Pullman and Pellicano and at the 11900 block of Diego Rivera where he caused damage to trees and shrubs at both locations.

Robles continued on and shortly after, drove into the Viva Nissan parking lot, where he rammed into six cars, and drove at one of the employees.

Gang Unit officers responded to the call and placed Robles under arrest after the Chevy Tahoe he was driving became disabled. During the arrest, officers used a taser but it had no apparent effect on Robles.

After his arrest, Robles was found in possession of over one pound of cocaine. Robles was transported to an area hospital where he remains hospitalized. He is now facing charges of aggravated assault, criminal mischief and manufacture or delivery of cocaine under a total bond of $500,000.

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EL PASO, Texas (KTSM) – Employees from a car dealership in east El Paso had a morning to remember. A man driving an SUV, drove frantically in the parking lot crashing into multiple vehicles.

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El Paso Police department responded to the incident at the Viva Nissan dealership on the 1300 block of Zaragoza.

The driver rammed the large vehicle into the sales lot hitting new vehicles and crashing into the curb.

From a viral video, it can be seen EPPD placing the driver under arrest and was later transported to a local hospital with minor injuries.

Courtesy: Julie N Hassan

It is unclear what triggered this incident. It is an ongoing investigation and will be updated with more information.

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