A hit and run suspect, who drove for two miles with the victim wedged between the rear window and a spoiler, went home to take a nap after dumping the victim behind a trash bin.

According to an article in the Sun Sentinel, Axel Inostroza admitted to striking Craig Camlin while Camlin was riding his bike northbound on Northeast 18th Avenue at around 6:30 a.m. Inostroza was apparently fully aware of the accident, but did not stop driving. Instead, he continued on for nearly two miles and dropped Camlin in a wooded area behind a trash bin near Inostroza’s home. He then parked his car in a different area of his apartment complex so that his girlfriend wouldn’t see it, and went inside to take a nap.

Camlin was discovered by a landscaping crew, who called 911. Camlin was taken to the hospital, where it was discovered that his spine was broken and his ear nearly severed. Inostroza later took his car to a body shop to be repaired. The front and rear windshields were broken and there was blood spatter on the trunk. Deputies questioned him at the body shop about the damaged car. He first told them he hit a stop sign, but later agreed to be interviewed by Fort Lauderdale investigators. He admitted that he had been drinking before the accident.

Inostroza has been charged with leaving the scene of an accident with injuries, tampering with evidence and attempted voluntary manslaughter.