Beloit Residents Facing Charges of Recklessly Endangering Safety

Beloit residents 26 year old Summer Ray Gomez and 29 year old Tyrone Cochran are facing charges of second degree recklessly endangering safety after an incident that occurred on March 4. Cochran faces additional charges of hit and run and possession of THC. The two of them are not to contact each other. Gomez has a bond amount of $5 thousand, and Cochran has a bond amount of $700. They are not to contact an involved victim, their residence, place of employment, vehicle, or elsewhere. They will appear in court on April 20 at 1 p.m.

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