Warrant: Man admits to deadly hit-and-run

Deadly hit and run arrest

SAN ANTONIO -- A man is under arrest Monday morning, after he was accused in a deadly hit-and-run on the city's far northwest side.

The victim was riding his bike in the early hours of the morning when he was hit. The San Antonio Police Department said the driver of the car didn't stop and left the bicyclist for dead.

The crash happened Sept. 17 on Loop 1604 at Braun Road.

Police said 27-year-old Logan Ball was driving down the highway when he hit a 24-year-old man on a bike.

Investigators said Ball kept driving and never stopped to help.

The victim died as result of the accident.

According to Ball's arrest warrant, when police interviewed him nearly two weeks later, he said he didn't stop because he knew he would go to jail for killing someone.

Ball also admitted that he hid his damaged car at an apartment complex, according to the warrant.

Police said they can link the damage to the accident. Ball is charged in connection with the man's death after police said he failed to stop and render aid.

(© 2016 KENS)


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