UPDATE: 6:33 a.m., 8/12/14
RENO, Nev. (MyNews4.com & KRNV) -- One person is still in the hospital Tuesday morning after he or she was critically injured in a car crash Monday afternoon.
According to police, the crash started in the intersection of West 1st Street and Vine, and ended up in the rocks near a brick building. According to officials, a Ford mustang ran a stop sign and was hit by a silver Jeep.
The driver of the mustang was released from the hospital, but the passenger remains in critical condition.
The crash happened just after the mustang was identified as stolen by police.
"We have, they're called hot sheets -- stolen vehicles -- and it's a list of year, make, model, and it matched one of the ones that was on the hot sheets. And so one of the deputies went to try to stop the vehicle when it took off," said Reno Police Department PIO Tim Broadway.
The driver of the mustang has been identified as Jerry Ruch. He was treated for minor injuries and has been charged with possession of a stolen motor vehicle. He is currently at the Washoe County Jail being held on $20,000 bail. Anyone who witnessed the crash, or has any information, should contact secret witness at 322-4900.
RENO, Nev. (MyNews4.com & KRNV) -- A parked car was sent propelling toward a house after being hit by another vehicle on West 1st Street and Vine Street around 10 a.m. Monday morning, according to the Reno Police Department.
According to officials, the vehicle that hit the parked car was stolen. Washoe County Sheriff's Office identified the stolen car and tried to perform a routine traffic stop -- the vehicle fled, ran a stop sign and hit a parked silver Jeep on First Street.
The two men occupying the stolen vehicle sustained critical injuries while the man in the SUV has minor injuries, according to Officer Tim Broadway from the Reno Police Department.
Police say the driver of the Mustang is Jerry Ruch, and he's been charged with Possession of a Stolen Motor Vehicle.
Anyone who witnesses the crash or has any information should contact Secret Witness and (775) 322-4900.