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St. Pete deadly hit and run suspect arrested

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Marquice Lamonz Anderson, 27, is accused in a deadly hit and run crash that killed 3 women. Marquice Lamonz Anderson, 27, is accused in a deadly hit and run crash that killed 3 women.
LARGO, FL (WFLA) - Marquice Lamonz Anderson, 27, the suspect in last Thursday's deadly hit and run crash in St. Petersburg, has been arrested.

Police say Anderson was behind the wheel of a Chrysler sedan that hit a Saturn early Thursday morning, killing Briana Campbell, Jamesia Lang, and Grace Collier.

Related: 3rd victim of St. Pete hit and run crash dies

Anderson turned himself in at the Pinellas County Jail at about 11:20 a.m.on Monday. He was accompanied by his attorney, according to St. Petersburg Police.

Victims' families react to deadly St. Pete crash


Anderson is charged with vehicular homicide, leaving the scene of an accident involving death, driving while licenses is suspended or revoked involving death and violation of probation.

St. Petersburg Police say additional charges are pending.

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