DENVER (CBS4)– Police have made an arrest in a deadly Christmas Eve crash that claimed the life of one man.

About 2 a.m. on Dec. 24, 2015, a stolen white four-door sedan was heading southbound on Interstate 25 near Colfax Avenue with two people inside when it lost control and collided with a white Chevy pickup truck.

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Both cars struck the concrete wall on the right, then both cars struck the center concrete barrier. The Chevy rolled over in the crash and the driver, 52-year-old Jeffrey Koontz, was killed at the scene.

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When officers arrived, witnesses said that a female ran from the crash site. Officers located a man, later identified as Jorge Robles, in the passenger seat of the at-fault vehicle. Robles, 22, told police the woman who ran from the crash caused the collision.

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However, police said that evidence obtained from the interior of the vehicle determined that Robles was driving at the time of the crash.

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Robles remains in custody for investigation of vehicular homicide and duty in accident involving death.