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Del City Police: Expectant Mother Killed In Hit-And-Run Crash

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Police say a man and woman were driving when their car was driven off the road by two men in a white Dodge Caliber. Police say a man and woman were driving when their car was driven off the road by two men in a white Dodge Caliber.
DEL CITY, Oklahoma -

Del City police are looking for two men accused of causing a hit-and-run accident that killed an expectant mother. 

It happened just after 11 p.m. Thursday on Bryant south of S.E. 29th St. in Del City. Police said a man and a woman were driving when their car was driven off the road by two men in a white Dodge Caliber. The car hit the curb and flipped after striking a tree.

The woman, later identified as 29-year-old Shartel Renee Brown, died from her injuries. Police said she was seven months pregnant. Her husband, 38-year-old Demetrius Eugene Stamps, is being treated for non-life threatening injuries at OU Medical Center.

According to police, before the crash, Brown and Stamps were involved in an altercation with the men in the Dodge Caliber at a 7-Eleven store on S.E. 44th. That’s when the suspects began chasing the victims' car.

The two vehicles were reportedly going side-by-side, over 70 MPH, on Bryant south of S.E. 29th. 

Following the crash, police said the men in the Dodge Caliber pulled up ahead of the victims' car, and tried to pull Stamps out of the vehicle to assault him again. A bystander stopped the suspects, who then took off from the scene, according to police. 

Police said Stamps is not being cooperative.

Anyone with information that can help police in this investigation should call the Del City Police Department at (405)-677-2443.

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