Bryant Lewis, suspect in Brandywine, Md. fatal hit-and-run, turns himself in to police

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UPPER MARLBORO, Md. (WJLA) – Bryant Lewis, the man suspected of killing a Waldorf, Md. football star in a hit-and-run crash earlier this month, turned himself in to the Department of Corrections on Thursday, according to Prince George’s County Police.

Bryant Lewis turned himself in to police on Thursday, July 31, 2014. (WJLA photo)

Lewis, 23, allegedly crashed a stolen vehicle into a utility pole on McKendree Road in Brandywine, Md. on July 17, killing 24-year-old Brendan Munnerlyn and seriously injuring another passenger. Police have since been searching for Lewis, who fled the scene of the crash.

Last week, Lewis’ family told ABC 7 News he planned on turning himself in.

“He feels awful about the situation,” said Lewis’ older brother, Damian Evans. “It’s eating him up inside.”

ABC 7 News uncovered court records showing Lewis has faced charges in 17 cases in the last five years, though approximately a third of the cases against him were not prosecuted, or were dismissed by the court.

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