VAIL, Colo. (CBS4) — A 23-year-old man from Vail has been arrested for allegedly striking a skateboarder with his pickup truck as he left a marijuana dispensary’s parking lot.

Police took Ethan Hatch into custody after Colorado State Patrol investigators came into contact with him more than a week after the collision that seriously injured the skateboarder.

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Ethan Hatch ((credit: Colorado State Patrol)

The State Patrol said a 35-year-old man from Vail was riding a skateboard on the shoulder of Highway 6 in the community of Eagle-Vail at 5:30 in the afternoon April 19.

The skateboarder told investigators a grey or brown Toyota Tacoma – driven by a white male driver with red or brown hair and beard – hit him while exiting the parking lot for High Country Healing, and then drove off. Surveillance images confirmed that description.

(credit: Colorado State Patrol)

Friday, the State Patrol released those images and a request for the public’s help identifying the driver.

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(credit: Colorado State Patrol)

Saturday, the State Patrol said the driver was cooperating with investigators.

(credit: Colorado State Patrol)

Hatch’s arrest was announced Sunday morning. He’s been initially charged with felony for leaving the scene of an injury accident and a misdemeanor traffic infraction.

The skateboarder spent several days in the hospital due to his injuries, according to the state patrol.

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Hatch, meanwhile, posted a $7,500 bond and is out of jail.