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Man in Custody After Fatal Hit & Run in Jonesboro

JONESBORO, AR (KAIT) - A Cherry Valley man has been arrested in connection with a fatal hit and run accident in Jonesboro, Monday morning.

34-year-old Scott A. Greenhaw is in the Craighead County jail charged with leaving the scene of a fatal accident.

According to Arkansas State Police, Greenhaw hit 19-year-old Jeremy W. McAdams of Jonesboro who was walking South on Caraway Road in the Northbound lane. McAdams was reportedly dragged almost 100 feet.

McAdams was pronounced dead at the scene.

Region 8 News will continue to track this story, and for the latest information log on to www.kait8.com.

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