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Fayetteville Police Identify Driver In Hit-And-Run That Killed Motorcyclist

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Police have identified a driver accused of hit-and-run in a collision in which a motorcyclist suffered fatal personal injuries in Fayetteville on April 23 as 31-year-old Leonard McMurray.


Warrants have been issued for McMurray on charges of felony hit-and-run, involuntary manslaughter, failure to yield the right of way, and driving on a revoked license, according to Fayetteville police spokesman Gavin MacRoberts.


The collision took place at the intersection of Seventy-First School Road and Bunce Road.


According to investigators, McMurray was the driver of a 2005 Ford that struck a 2006 Suzuki motorcycle operated by 35-year-old Fayetteville resident Staff Sgt. Carson Morris. Morris was northbound on Seventy-First School Road when McMurray, who was southbound, attempted to turn left onto Bunce Road and struck the motorcycle.


Morris fled the scene after the collision.

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