KILLEEN, Texas — The Bell County District Attorney’s Office reviewed a hit and run case from February on Wednesday and charged Norlan Ricardo Perez-Corrales with an accident involving serious bodily injury and failure to stop and render aid, according to the Killeen Police Department.

The KPD received a 911 call about a pedestrian involved hit and run crash on February 26 and was dispatched to 100 block of Old FM 440 Road at around 10:53 p.m.

When the officers arrived they located a man lying in the roadway. He was immediately taken to Baylor Scott & White in critical condition, according to the KPD.

An investigation revealed that the pedestrian was walking in the roadway when a white two-tone Ford F250 or 350 pickup truck traveling northbound on Old FM 440 Road struck the pedestrian and fled the scene. 

Through the investigation, The KPD Traffic Unit received information from a Crime Stoppers Tip that led to the suspect driver and vehicle. 

A warrant was issued by Justice of the Peace Bill Cooke and he set his bond at $200,000. Perez-Corrales is currently incarcerated in the McClennan County Jail.

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