DRAPER -- Police say a Utah mother noticed damage to the family vehicle and convinced her teenage daughter to surrender to authorities in a hit-and-run crash that killed a bicyclist.
Draper police Sgt. Eric Braegger tells the Salt Lake Tribune the 17-year-old had permission to drive the pickup truck, but wasn't supposed to be on Lone Peak Parkway where the fatal crash occurred Sunday night.
Police say 60-year-old Davis Duane Stanger died after being hit about 9 p.m. while riding home from work. A passer-by found his body and bicycle.
The girl's name wasn't made public. She tells police she stopped, but couldnt see what she hit and drove away.
Her mother noticed damage to the white 2004 Dodge 1500 pickup and confronted the girl about the crash.