Alleged drunken driver leaves prosthetic arm behind while fleeing accident scene Texas driver Juan Gutierrez, 23, drove his 2000 Toyota Camry off State Highway 286 in Corpus Christi before slamming into a column and walking away from the accident scene without his passenger or his right arm, cops say. BY Tobias Salinger NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Saturday, February 14, 2015, 8:52 PM Corpus Christi Police Juan Gutierrez of Corpus Christi allegedly left the one-car accident Thursday morning without his prosthetic right arm, according to reports. An allegedly intoxicated Texas driver whose car careened off a highway before slamming into a bridge pillar left local cops with a key piece of evidence when he exited the scene of the accident: his prosthetic arm. Corpus Christi police found the limb and a passenger who was later treated for minor injuries in a 2000 Toyota Camry on Laredo St. underneath State Highway 286 at around 2:30 a.m.on Thursday morning, according to a police report of the incident obtained by The Smoking Gun. The cops picked up Juan Gutierrez, 23, walking on foot not far from the scene of the accident, booking him on misdemeanor drunken driving charges, the website reported. Gutierrez had been driving the wrong direction on the northbound freeway before falling between two bridge overpasses to the street below, ultimately running into a concrete pillar, according to the police report. Corpus Christi Police Juan Gutierrez faces misdemeanor driving while intoxicated charges, media reports say. Local cops gave Gutierrez his artificial right arm back before releasing him on Friday, the Associated Press reported.