Pair arrested after deadly hit-and-run

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[UPDATE 5/9/17]

WEST HAVEN, Utah (ABC4 News)  Police have made an arrest in connection with the hit and run.

Cody Sanders and Noelle Bradbury, both 27 were taken into custody Monday.

Police say after the incident they received several reports that a silver Dodge Durango with damage to the front windshield was at a home in Hooper. The vehicle was taken into police custody. There was nobody home at that time.

Monday, officials returned back to the home and arrested Sanders and Bradbury. They say Sanders was the driver and Bradbury was the passenger when they hit 82-year-old Harry Green.

“Follow up is still being done as to why they left the scene,” officials said. 

Sanders was booked into the Weber County Correctional Facility for Leaving the Scene of an Accident Involving Death and Obstruction of Justice. Bradbury was booked for Obstruction of Justice.

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An elderly man was hit and killed in Weber County Friday night and police are still looking for the driver who struck him.

According to Weber County Sheriff Lt. Nate Hutchinson, they were called to an auto pedestrian accident at 10:22 p.m. near 4300 West 4000 South in West Haven.

Hutchinson said when they arrived they found an elderly man had been hit by a car but the driver had already left.

The man died at the scene as a result of the accident.

There were no witnesses and police are still working on the investigation. They have not been able to properly notify family so his name has not been released.

Anyone who might have witnessed the accident or has any information about the driver is asked to call Weber County Dispatch at 801-394-8221.

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