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02.08.07

Hit & Run Driver Indicted

An Amarillo man is indicted today on the charge of intoxication manslaughter with a vehicle.
  

A Potter County grand jury has indicted 19 year old Ronald Casey Bettis for his alleged involvement in a fatal hit and run accident last August.
  

Police say the car Casey was driving struck a man riding a motorcycle on Grand street and killed him.
  

They say Casey fled the scene, but was later found by police and taken into custody.
  

Alcohol was believed to be a factor in the incident.

Fatal Hit & Run Crash
Tonight Amarillo Police continue to probe a hit and run crash that left one man dead and another in police custody. The accident happened Friday just before midnight on Grand Street near 3rd Avenue. Police tell NewsChannel 10 41 year old Francis Soiret was on a motorcycle following a friend in...
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