2 more charged in fatal hit-and-run in Denver

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DENVER (AP) -- Two more people have been charged in connection with a fatal hit-and-run crash near downtown Denver.

The Denver District Attorney's Office says 43-year-old Kelly Carey-Morehead and 30-year-old Kiki Douglas each have been charged with being an accessory to the crime and false reporting stemming from the March 27 crash that killed 85-year-old Charlie Herrera.

The Denver Post reports (http://bit.ly/12rOE81) 29-year-old Latoya Nelson is accused of running a red light and hitting Herrera's car before fleeing on foot. Police say the fatal crash happened while she was fleeing the scene of a different, minor fender-bender.

Nelson has been charged with vehicular homicide, leaving the scene of an accident resulting in death, criminal impersonation and third-degree assault.




 
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