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Cyclist struck at Belt Line Road near Interstate 20
Police are looking for a gray four-door sedan
Kallie Wright, wanted in connection with a fatal hit-and-run of a cyclist in Grand Prairie, surrendered to police and was arrested Tuesday night, police say.
Police issued an arrest warrant Tuesday for Wright, saying the 38-year-old woman was behind the wheel when 42-year-old Calvin Johnson Middleton was struck and killed Sunday morning, Grand Prairie police said.
The charge in the arrest warrant is considered a second-degree felony. Her bond is set at $175,000, police said.
The incident happened about 6 a.m. near the intersection of south Belt Line Road at the eastbound Interstate 20 Frontage Road. Middleton died at the scene.
Witnesses told police that the driver got out, asked them if the bicyclist was dead and then got back in her car and drove off.
Surveillance video recorded near the scene showed the woman's vehicle leaving the area with front end damage.
Officials said police have located the woman's vehicle though didn't specify where it had been found.
Police say a passenger in the vehicle has been identified but is not considered a suspect in the deadly hit-and-run.
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