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Two charged in St. Pete teen's death in March pedestrian accident

Sean Daniel

Sean Daniel, 27

Patsy Harris

Patsy Harris, 50

Two people were charged with DUI-manslaughter Wednesday in connection with an accident that killed a St. Petersburg teen in March.

Deputies said Patsy Harris, 50, of Tierra Verde, struck 17-year-old Patrick McLean with her Hyundai as he was crossing Gulf Boulevard about 12:45 a.m. on March 22. As he lay in the road, McLean was struck again by a Volkswagen driven by Sean Daniel, 27, of Tampa.

The Pinellas sheriff's office's major accident investigation team had been conducting an investigation since March.

Warrants for Daniel and Harris arrest were issued Tuesday, and they turned themselves in at the Pinellas County Jail Wednesday morning.

Two charged in St. Pete teen's death in March pedestrian accident 08/13/14 [Last modified: Wednesday, August 13, 2014 8:27pm]
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