Arrest warrant issued for driver in intentional hit-and-run

Jun 21, 2022

Jefferson County, Colorado Jennifer Ludwig said her mother, Lisa, was actively competing in and winning races at 61 years old…she loved riding her bike. On Sunday, June 19 at approximately 9:45 a.m., her mother was riding with a group of cyclists on Highway 40 when “a driver passed one cyclist and then drove off the road intentionally onto the shoulder, striking Lisa Ludwig and another cyclist,” according to the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office. At press time, Lisa Ludwig remains hospitalized and unresponsive with multiple body fractures including her ribs, shoulder, and spine, according to her daughter Jennifer. She also suffered a traumatic brain injury. The other cyclist that was struck has not been identified. It is reported the cyclist suffered injuries but was not hospitalized. Witnesses said the driver, 38 year-old Alan “Haley” Mill, then drove into a restaurant parking lot driving in circles to dislodge a bicycle from beneath the vehicle. The suspect’s vehicle was found abandoned in a neighborhood on Zinnia Street. An arrest warrant has been issued for the driver and the charges are two counts of first-degree assault and accident involving death or personal injuries. The driver has a lengthy criminal record for drugs, burglary, driving without a license. Anyone with information that may help the investigation is asked to call the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office at 303-271-0211.

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