Man jailed in Main Street hit-and-run death

Amber Davidovich: Witnesses saw her lying on the ground hurt as vehicle was heading away



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Amber Davidovich: Witnesses saw her lying on the ground hurt as vehicle was heading away

A 26-year-old man has been arrested in connection with a hit-and-run crash in downtown Grand Junction that fatally injured a Clifton woman.

Cody James Boden was arrested for suspicion of failure to remain at the scene after an accident involving death, a class 3 felony. He’s being held at the Mesa County Jail on $50,000 bond. Boden is accused in the crash that injured Amber Davidovich, 32, in the early hours of Oct. 7, at the coroner of Ninth and Main streets.

The Grand Junction Police Department said in a news release today records in the case have been sealed. A booking photo was not released.

Davidovich died Oct. 9 at St. Mary’s Hospital, while investigators at the time said they were looking for the driver of a dark-colored Dodge Dakota whom witnesses said Davidovich was trying to flag down at Ninth and Main around 2:30 a.m.

An benefit account has been established at Grand Valley Alpine Bank locations. Donations can be made in Davidovich’s name and will go to her two surviving children.



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