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Police Arrest Driver in Reno Fatal Hit and Run

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Reno police have arrested a driver in connection with a fatal hit and run Monday night at the intersection of Peckham and Kietzke Lanes.

Police say 35-year-old Juliana Howell turned herself in to authorities Tuesday after seeing the story reported by local media.

Police say around 10pm Monday, a driver hit 50-year-old Johnny Powell of Schurz, who for some unknown reason was laying in the middle of the road, and then she drove off.

Howell was interviewed and booked into the Washoe County Jail for unrelated charges. Police say charges related to this accident are pending.

The case remains under investigation, so if you have any information call Secret Witness at 322-4900 or text your tip to 847411 or go online to www.secretwitness.com

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