Dallas Hit-And-Run Leaves Woman Dead, Suspect Wanted!

To identify the driver of a hit-and-run accident that claimed a woman’s life in October, Dallas police are requesting information. The incident occurred on Sunday, October 22, at approximately 3:30 a.m., according to the police, on the 500 block of Buckner Boulevard.

Authorities added that when the motorist struck the pedestrian while driving south on Buckner, they did not stop to assist the injured. Following the victim’s collision, the suspect car reportedly traveled east on Elam Road.

Antonette Logan, 37, was the pedestrian’s identity as determined by the police. Authorities stated that her wounds caused her death.

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The suspect vehicle’s security photographs were made public by Dallas police. It is identified as a 2014–2016 Chevrolet Trax in maroon or dark red.

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