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Friday, September 20, 2013

OSHP: Vehicle Suspected In Fatal Delaware County Crash Located | NBC4i.com

COLUMBUS, Ohio -
Investigators from the Ohio State Highway Patrol say the vehicle believed to be involved in a fatal hit and run crash in Delaware County on Sunday has been located at a home in Delaware County.
Troopers responded to a Delaware County home along Miller-Paul Road at about 8:30 p.m. Thursday.
The vehicle matches the description of the vehicle that struck and killed 64-year-old Robert Lennon while he was riding his bike in the area of Miller-Paul and Robins roads. Troopers tell NBC4 the damage to the vehicle is consistent with the crash investigation.
The vehicle was seized and taken to the Delaware post of the Ohio State Highway Patrol.
Troopers and investigators are interviewing one person in connection with the vehicle. No charges have been filed at this time.
According to troopers, deputies from the Delaware County Sheriff's Office responded to Miller-Paul on a report of a crash involving a deer and a vehicle. Responding deputies found the suspect vehicle and contacted troopers.
A search warrant has been issued. It is unclear whether the warrant has been issued for the home or the suspected vehicle.
The vehicle will be processed at the post, according to troopers.
Lennon was a science teacher and cross country coach at St. Francis DeSales High School in Columbus.
Anyone with information regarding the crash is asked to call the Delaware post of the Ohio State Highway Patrol at 740-548-6688.

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