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  • Officer testifies suspect asked if he hurt anyone after deadly car chase

    The man accused of fatally crashing into a 72-year-old man during a police chase asked if he hurt anyone immediately after the incident, according to testimony Friday in Columbus Recorder’s Court from Columbus Police Cpl. David Rogers. Dezhaun Dumas,18, was allegedly driving a stolen Honda CR-V when it collided with a Nissan Murano and killed Frank McLemore on May 3. The passenger in the Honda was identified as 18-year-old Robert Jerrod Fletcher.

Officer testifies suspect asked if he hurt anyone after deadly car chase

The man accused of fatally crashing into a 72-year-old man during a police chase asked if he hurt anyone immediately after the incident, according to testimony Friday in Columbus Recorder’s Court from Columbus Police Cpl. David Rogers. Dezhaun Dumas,18, was allegedly driving a stolen Honda CR-V when it collided with a Nissan Murano and killed Frank McLemore on May 3. The passenger in the Honda was identified as 18-year-old Robert Jerrod Fletcher.
Mike Haskey The Ledger-Enquirer