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New information in fatal hit and run

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LAWTON, Okla._There have been new developments in Tuesday’s early morning hit-and-run accident that killed 57-year-old Troy Magee.

Police found the suspect's truck Tuesday when it was recovered at a local body shop where he took it to have work done, possibly in an attempt to get rid of any evidence that could connect him to the crime. Magee was hit and killed as he walked along Cache Road shortly after midnight. Police said the suspect, Bryan Shane Blackaby, has not made good on two promises to investigators to turn himself in.

On Tuesday, Blackaby's friends told police he planned on turning himself in later that day. Later police received a call from Blackaby saying he changed his mind and would turn himself in on Wednesday, but has not.

Police have not been able to find him at his home or place of work, but still have not issued a formal arrest warrant.

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