Investigators have found the truck and driver involved in a deadly hit-and-run crash that killed a SUNY Geneseo alumnus. Investigators said Nicholas Iannarelli, 24, of East Amherst was hit by a vehicle around 3 a.m. Saturday while walking along Rt. 63 near SUNY Geneseo's campus. Livingston County Sheriff Tom Dougherty held a press conference on Tuesday. Dougherty said Valerie Belioutsa, 54, of Thornhill, Ontario, Canada was driving the truck. She is employed by Highlight Motor Group out of Concord, Ontario. Dougherty said they use surveillance video from homeowners and businesses to find Belioutsa. "The company has been cooperative,” said Dougherty. The alleged driver could face charges for leaving the scene of an accident.
The Livingston County Sheriff’s Office has identified Valeri Belioutsa, a 54-year-old male from Thornhill, Ontario in Canada, as the driver who struck Nicholas M. Iannarelli... https://t.co/TaZ13JiQMV— Livingston Co. News (@TheLCN) May 1, 2018
@theLivCoSheriff announces that they located the truck that struck and killed SUNY Geneseo Alum, Nicholas M. Iannarelli, 24, in Canada. The owners and driver of the vehicle are cooperating. pic.twitter.com/WfL8qASKWZ— Genesee Sun (@Genesee_Sun) May 1, 2018