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Suspect in hit-and-run crash turns himself in
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Suspect in hit-and-run crash turns himself in

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Robert Faber

Robert Faber

After weeks as a fugitive, a Salem Lakes man wanted for a hit-and-run crash that left six people injured turned himself in to the Kenosha County Sheriff’s Department

Robert W. Faber, 27, was wanted for an Aug. 10 crash in Salem Lakes.

He is alleged to have been driving an Infiniti north on 259th Avenue near 93rd Street at about 3 a.m. when the Infiniti crashed head-on into a southbound Kia.

The driver of the Infiniti fled after the collision.

Six people in the Kia were injured, including two 17-year-old girls who were critically injured.

The two teens were taken by Flight for Life helicopters to Milwaukee area hospitals, one to Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin, the other to Froedtert Hospital.

According to a statement on the Kenosha County Sheriff’s Department Facebook page, Faber turned himself in at the department Friday.

He was booked at the Kenosha County Jail at about 11 a.m.

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