Suspect surrenders for hit-and-run that injured four people early Sunday in Denver

Larry Vo turned himself in on Tuesday

DENVER - The suspect in a hit and run that injured four people outside a Denver club early Sunday morning turned himself in.

Denver Police say Larry Vo, 26, called Tuesday and informed police he wanted to turn himself in for the crash at Mississippi Avenue and South Federal Boulevard. Detectives met the suspect and also recovered the vehicle that was involved, a silver 2002 Civic hatchback.

The hit-and-run followed a fight in the parking lot outside Maxim Lounge, which is right next to Star Kitchen and across the street from the Pho 96 restaurant. Police said the victims of the 2 a.m. hit-and-run were not involved in the fight.

The victims included a husband and wife, who remain in critical condition. Another person is in serious condition. The fourth victim was able to walk away and get medical help on his own.

Although police haven't identified the victims they did reveal their ages: The men were ages 56 and 36 while the women were ages 29 and 31.

Vo is being held under investigation for vehicular assault, reckless driving, careless driving and hit-and-run -- leaving the scene of an accident with serious bodily injury.

On Tuesday, police released a photo of a partial license plate cover that fell off the suspect vehicle after the crash.

CBI records show Vo was sentenced to 3 years of probation in 2008 for reckless endangerment.