LAUREL, Del.-Matthew A. Kondash, the operator of the motorcycle involved in the fatal motorcycle crash in Laurel Friday morning, has been arrested in Virginia.
Investigators from the Delaware State Police Crash Reconstruction Unit had contacted the Virginia State Police after they received information that Kondash was possibly staying in a campground along the eastern shore of Virginia.
Virginia State Police found Kondash kayaking in the Kiptopeke State Park in Cape Charles late Saturday morning and took him into custody.
Kondash is currently being held in Virginia as a fugitive from justice pending his extradition back to Delaware.
Police said a 78-year-old woman was hit and killed as a result of the crash Friday morning on Sycamore Road.
Investigators obtained warrants charging the 28-year-old.
Kondash was flown from the scene of the crash to Christiana Hospital with what was thought to have been serious injuries he sustained in the crash. However, upon further examination at the hospital, it was determined that his injuries were not as serious as originally believed.
Kondash was then released from the hospital prior to investigators arriving. Police said, efforts to contact Kondash have been unsuccessful.
Kondash is charged with manslaughter, driving with a suspended license, reckless driving, operating a vehicle with no insurance,operating an unregistered motor vehicle
displaying a fictitious registration plate, no motorcycle license, operating a vehicle in a no passing zone and traveling at an unreasonable speed.