Preliminary listening to set for Bay Space man charged with first-degree homicide for putting, killing bicyclist

A Solano County Superior Court docket choose set an October preliminary listening to for the car driver charged with putting and killing a bicyclist in late December in Fairfield.

Court docket information present that Sean Richard Miron, 46, of Fairfield, who appeared Thursday in Division 23 for a scheduled hearing-setting, heard Choose John B. Ellis order him to return at 9 a.m. Oct. 2 for the listening to within the Justice Middle in Fairfield. The choose additionally set a readiness convention for 8:30 a.m. Sept. 26.

Deputy District Legal professional Douglas A. Pharr appeared on behalf of the District Legal professional’s Workplace.

Miron, who’s represented by Deputy Public Defender Lauren Jacobs, is charged with the Dec. 28 demise of Christopher Sudat, 39, of Suisun Metropolis.

Based on the DA’s prison grievance, filed on the identical day because the deadly collision, Miron faces 5 counts: first-degree homicide; hit-and-run inflicting demise; hit-and-run driving leading to property harm; being a felon in possession of a firearm; and unlawful possession of an assault weapon.

As beforehand reported, the crash occurred simply after 5:20 p.m. on Cordelia Street.

Fairfield police officers mentioned the driving force of a 2022 silver-colored Chevrolet Silverado — later recognized as Miron — was headed east on the roadway on the time of the crash. He “fled after putting the bike owner and drove into Suisun Metropolis,” in accordance with a division press assertion. “There, Miron struck a car in a second collision and as soon as once more fled the scene.”

Suisun Metropolis police detained Miron and his passenger, recognized as David Vernonrojo, 22, of Suisun.

Fairfield officers subsequently arrested Miron at Sacramento at Suisun streets.

A firearm reportedly discovered within the truck had a threaded barrel, in violation of the regulation.

Vernonrojo additionally was booked into jail on suspicion of weapons-related costs. Jail information present he’s not in custody and no particulars could possibly be discovered relating to the precise costs or a courtroom date, if any.

Miron has three prior DUI convictions, a Fairfield police official mentioned, and is a convicted felon prohibited from possessing a firearm.

If certainly one of Miron’s three earlier DUI convictions was a felony, he probably acknowledged the Watson Advisement.

In California, all drivers who’re convicted of DUI face sure obligatory sentencing necessities, amongst them the Watson Advisement, which, after a DUI courtroom case resulting in a conviction, permits homicide costs to be introduced in subsequent deadly DUI collisions when sure circumstances have been met.

Miron stays in custody with out bail on the Stanton Correctional Facility in Fairfield.

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