Puyallup hit-and-run suspect turns self in, released on bail

A man who was being sought after a Puyallup man was killed on Monday in a hit-and-run accident has turned himself in and has been released on bail. Blair Jensen who was being sought by police for three days turned himself in on Friday.

Police suspect Jensen of hitting and killing 51-year-old John “Chip” McRae III who was riding his bicycle on East Maine Street in Puyallup when he was struck and killed by a Cadillac STS. Police say that Jensen owns the Cadillac that hit McRae.

According to KIROTV.com, McRae was the father of three sons
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