Raymondo Tesoro Obituary, Death – On Wednesday, law enforcement officials were able to identify the person who perished in a crash that occurred at the Montana Snowbowl ski facility, which is located north of Missoula. Raymondo L. Tesoro, 66, passed away after being crushed between two automobiles, according to the announcement made by the Missoula County Sheriff Jeremiah Petersen. Gregg Andrew Hancock, age 49, is accused of committing vehicular homicide while under the influence, which is a criminal allegation.
When Hancock struck Tesoro, according to the charging paperwork, he was allegedly driving in circles around the parking lot. According to the reports, Hancock went up to the authorities and said that he had been drinking prior to the event. According to the allegations made against him, he said that he had seen his friend and “decided to mess with him” by driving toward him. Tesoro was jammed against a pickup truck after the driver used the brakes, which caused the vehicle to slide and spin out of control.
Those who were present made unsuccessful attempts to perform cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR). After placing Hancock under arrest, the authorities took him to St. Patrick Hospital to have his blood drawn before bringing him to the Missoula County Detention Facility to be booked. On Friday afternoon, Hancock was granted bail and freed from jail to await further court procedures. The Missoula County Sheriff’s Office has disseminated the following information:
On April 5, 2023, the identify of the individual who passed away as a result of the collision between a car and a pedestrian will be made public by Sheriff and Coroner Jeremiah Petersen. The incident occurred near Snow Bowl. Raymondo L. Tesoro, 66 years old, a resident of Lolo, Montana, has been identified as the man. Our thoughts and prayers are with the departed person’s family and friends at this difficult time.