After Robert Corchado struck another vehicle from behind with his silver Dodge Durango he immediately fled the Goldenrod Road KinderCare daycare scene where 4-year-old Lily Quintus was killed due to the accident. Florida Highway Patrol troopers said Corchado's truck was found an hour later at a home in Winter Park, but the white or Hispanic suspect had already rented a car from Enterprise in Winter Park and made his escape, according to an updated report from MyFoxOrlando on April 10, 2104.
The suspect in the daycare hit-and-run is now believed to be driving a black Mazda CXS1 SUV with the Florida tag CHRQ41. Police consider him a danger and ask that you contact law enforcement if you see him, rather than attempt to make a citizen's arrest.
Robert Corchado, 26, already had a criminal record before the Florida accident occurred, which includes another hit-and-run incident, as well as drug-related charges. If you see him on the highway or in the state of Georgia, contact local law enforcement or dial 9-1-1 to report the sighting. Police have issued a warrant for his arrest in this incident.
More than a dozen people were injured when Corchado's truck caused another vehicle to crash into the Florida daycare facility, including the young girl who lost her life. Help police apprehend this suspect by reporting any sighting of him as soon as possible. No one wants to see another child or person injured as a result of this person's alleged driving habits or reckless behavior.
The Atlanta Top News Examiner Radell Smith has a degree in criminal justice and behavioral forensics.