Canyon County, ID: Late last night, March 1, 2023, the Canyon County Sheriff's Office responded to a report of a hit and run near the Canyon Springs RV Park on Highway 20/25. This morning Police Departments throughout the Treasure Valley shared the incident and asked for the public's help with any information they may have. 

In response to the hit and run calls, Detectives from the Canyon Country Sheriff's Office Criminal Investigative Division responded along with police officers from Caldwell, Middleton, and Parma. Fire and Emergency Medical Services responded as well to assist.

According to the press release, the "investigation ultimately resulted in deputies locating a suspicious vehicle near the residents of the subject in the investigation. The alleged suspect, 25-year-old Briand Garcia of Caldwell, was identified and arrested in conjunction with the case." 

Canyon County Sheriff's Office
Canyon County Sheriff's Office

Brian Garcia is now held in the Canyon County Jail on a $500,000 bond and faces multiple charges. Garcia was charged with two counts of felony Aggravated Battery, Aggravated Assault, and Felon in Possession of a Firearm. 

The Canyon County Sheriff's Department says, "both victims remain hospitalized at this time, with the gunshot victim in critical condition. The remains ongoing." 

Sheriff Kieran Donahue said, "I want to commend my staff for their incredible work last night and into this morning that resulted in the arrest of Mr. Garcia. They left no stone unturned in their effort to identify and locate the person responsible for this senseless act of violence and bring him to justice. It is truly a testament to the teamwork of the Canyon County Sheriff's Office and our local law enforcement partners." 

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