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Charges upgraded against Richmond hit-&-run suspect

Posted by Terry Alexander

RICHMOND, VA (WWBT) - The suspect in a deadly hit and run is now charged with involuntary manslaughter.

Richmond police upgraded the charges against 36 year old Bryan Shull.

Officers say he was at the wheel of a pickup that struck a 15 year old girl walking along Walmsley Boulevard last month.

She died the next day.

Shull was initially charged with hit and run and giving false information to police.

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