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Charges pending in hit-and-run that killed Cahokia boy

9 yr. old Fabian Teson will be laid to rest on Thursday, one week after he was struck while riding a bicycle near his home. 9 yr. old Fabian Teson will be laid to rest on Thursday, one week after he was struck while riding a bicycle near his home. Photo source: Fox 2 News

   St. Clair County officials say charges could come as soon as Thursday against a teenage driver suspected in a hit and run accident that killed a 9 year old boy last week.

   Authorities located 17 year old Kevin Powell earlier Wednesday afternoon. Police started looking for Powell after they found the vehicle believed involved in the accident yesterday.

   Nine year old Fabian Teson was hit while riding is bike near Cahokia last Thursday. Teson died at Cardinal Glennon Children's Hospital on Saturday.  His funeral is set for Thursday, one week after he was struck.

Last modified on Thursday, 18 July 2013 03:54

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