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Del City Police Identify Suspect, Persons-Of-Interest In Deadly Hit-And-Run

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DEL CITY, Oklahoma -

Del City police have identified a suspect and two persons-of-interest in connection to a hit-and-run crash that killed a pregnant woman and her unborn child.

According to police, detectives are actively looking for one suspect, 22-year-old Rico Ramar Robinson, and two persons of interest, 19-year-old Jimicko Dequon Carolina and 18-year-old LaCresha Eloise Brown, in connection to the death of Shartell Brown and her unborn child.

8/21/2015 Related Story: Del City Police Searching For Suspects In Deadly Hit-And-Run Accident

The crash happened on Thursday, August 20. Police said a white Dodge Caliber, believed to have been driven by Robinson, ran Brown’s vehicle off the road. Brown died in the crash and her husband, Demetrius Stamps, survived.

Police said they have located the white Dodge Caliber believed to have been driven by Robinson on the night of the homicide. If you have any information, call Del City police at (405)-677-2443.

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