15-year-old girl wanted in fatal hit-and-run surrenders

MAPLE VALLEY, Wash. (AP) — A 15-year-old girl wanted in connection with a July fatal hit-and-run near Maple Valley has turned herself in to King County Sheriff’s detectives. Officials say she remains in detention at the Children and Family Justice Center in Seattle. The Sheriff’s Office announced earlier this week that they were looking for the teen and had located the car she was believed to be driving when she allegedly struck 53-year-old Greg Moore on July 18 as Moore was on an early morning run. Sheriff’s detectives had been in contact with the girl’s family, who helped facilitate her surrender around 10 p.m. Thursday.