PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The person sought by Philadelphia police after a lethal hit-and-run crash this month close to the Conference Middle has turned himself in to face expenses.
Alongside his lawyer, 35-yr-previous Brendon Hay surrendered at police headquarters — blocks from the crime scene at thirteenth & Race.
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“He might have simply stopped and referred to as 911, however he selected to maintain going and evaded us for an extended time period,” stated Accident Investigation District Captain Patrick Kelly.
It was round three a.m. on August 6 when fifty three-yr-previous Ann Broderick was struck. Kelly says Hay was behind the wheel of the borrowed Jeep that killed the Kensington lady.
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“He’s accused of murder by car, involuntary manslaughter, and leaving the scene of an accident involving a dying,” he stated.
Kelly credit police surveillance video specialists for narrowing the give attention to the North Philadelphia man.
“Additional video actually put the entire puzzle collectively and led to the arrest of the defendant,” he stated.