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Suspect Bound Over For Trial In Fatal Hit-And-Run That Killed A Tulsa Teen

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A preliminary hearing was held Wednesday for a man accused of a hit-and-run that killed an autistic teen.

Authorities say Darreco Foster hit 17-year-old Paul Swisher near 31st and Mingo in February 2017.  Swisher died a couple of days later.

9/27/2017 Related Story:  Man Charged In Tulsa Autistic Teen's Death, Misses Court Hearing

At the hearing, Foster was bound over for trial.

He is facing several charges, including leaving the scene of a fatality collision and driving without a driver’s license.

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