One man was seriously injured Wednesday in a two-car accident at the intersection of Calloway Drive and Marby Grange Way, and Bakersfield police said alcohol was a factor.
The 2:54 p.m. accident occurred when Keith Majusiak, 30, was traveling north on Calloway Drive in his white Chevrolet van. His vehicle struck a silver Toyota sedan headed west on Marby Grange Way, according to a BPD news release.
The driver of the sedan was transported to a local hospital.
Majusiak remained at the scene and was arrested for driving under the influence causing injury and great bodily injury. The investigation is ongoing.
Anyone with information on the accident is asked to contact Officer Jared Diederich at 326-3967.
Bakersfield police are seeking two people suspected in the April 2 armed robbery at the Circle K store at 5600 Auburn St.
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The Bakersfield man facing two second-degree murder charges for allegedly killing a woman and her 8-month-old fetus in a drunken motor vehicle accident had his bail raised Wednesday to $2 million after he was arrested last week for felony spousal abuse.
Two people were arrested Wednesday on suspicion of burglarizing Prince Cigarettes, at 3416 Stine Road, after they activated a silent burglar alarm.
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A pedestrian wearing dark clothing and walking in the middle of a roadway in Oildale was struck by an SUV early Wednesday morning.
A burglary suspect was caught hiding under a desk on the second floor of a bank on California Avenue early Tuesday morning.
A mail carrier who heard an alarm and saw two men run from a residence to a car was able to get a license plate number and description of the vehicle, information that helped police make an arrest.
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