TOWN OF DELAVAN, Wis. — A Town of Delavan family needs your help to find the person responsible for hitting their uncle and brother and driving off. The police say they have few leads in the case that left Noe Rendon, 59, dead.
“It’s sickening, it’s sad. You can’t live with that. So I’m hoping, I know somebody knows something,” said Tiffany Huerta, niece of Noe Rendon. “Somebody around here knows something. This is a small town. They are going to hear something.”
The family Noe Rendon is pleading for someone to tell them who hit him and then sped off, leaving him to die. Saturday night, on Nov. 14, around 10 o’clock, Noe had just come home from his job working 2nd shift and was checking the mail. His brother Rene Rendon says as Noe was standing t the mailbox, a vehicle crossed over the center line and hit Noe.
“He was actually at the mailbox and he got the thrown to the other side of the driveway,” said Rendon.
The person behind the wheel of that vehicle kept going leaving Noe to die. With few cameras in the area or any eyewitnesses, the Town of Delavan Police Chief Raymond Clark says they are desperate for information about what happened.
“It’s a pretty rural area. We have canvassed but we don’t have much information to go on, even what kind of vehicle we are looking for,” said Clark.
The family says Noe took care of everyone, they want to find the person responsible for his death.
“He cared a lot bout his family, a lot about his family. He didn’t have any kids but his nieces and nephew were like his kids, he treated us like his own. He was always there for us,” said Huerta.
Investigators are asking anyone for information to call the Town of Delavan Police at 262-728-9777 or you can submit an anonymous tip to Walworth County Crime Stoppers at www.P3tips.com or call 262-723-2677. The family is also offering a $1,000 reward for anyone with any information.