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Tip Leads to Arrest in Fatal Hit and Run Earlier this Week

The suspect was arrested at a motel in Mesquite

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    Tip Leads to Arrest in Fatal Hit and Run Earlier this Week
    Grand Prairie Police

    A tip helped police make an arrest in a fatal hit and run that happened earlier this week.

    18-year-old Coreaon Jackson was arrested at a motel in Mesquite for the death of 62-year-old Paul Rogers.

    Rogers had been walking on the sidewalk near the 2300 block of W.E. Roberts Street on the north side when a 2006 Chevrolet Impala lost control and left the roadway, hitting him.

    Rogers was transported to Medical City in Arlington where he was pronounced deceased.

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    Jackson is being held at the Grand Prairie Detention Center and has been charged with second degree felony accident involving death.

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