A 19-Year-Old Bicyclist Has Died From Injuries Sustained in Hit-And-Run Collison on Sunday

by Patrick Herron

Montgomery County Police held a press conference today regarding a hit-and-run that occurred on Sunday, October 23rd at approximately 11 p.m., in the area of Georgia Avenue and Janet Road in Wheaton-Glemont. It was announced that the victim, William Villa Vicencio, 19, had passed away due to his injuries. He was described as a happy young man, the son of a single mom who raised three boys, that was looking forward to his 20th birthday. Assistant Police Chief Marc Yamada and the family’s pastor spoke at the conference.

William was coming home from work on his bicycle when he was struck by a vehicle on Georgia Ave.  Police are searching for a dark red or maroon vehicle, possibly a 2003-2007 Honda Accord, that is missing its right side view mirror and has damage to its front bumper. The driver did not remain on scene and detectives are asking anyone in the community with information to contact detectives at 240-773-6620. There were no cameras in the area of the accident.  Police are offering a reward of up to $10,000 to anyone who provides information that leads to an arrest and conviction.



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Marjorie Millburn October 28, 2022 - 11:13 am

“William was coming home from work on his bicycle when he struck by a vehicle on Georgia Ave.” ?

Alcantore October 28, 2022 - 12:45 pm

I don’t see that anywhere but if I did I would know exactly what it meant. You really didn’t understand that? Or were you just rudely pointing out at mistake? I used to have William in my NSL class and I pray for his family.


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