Suspect in Kenmore hit-run reported body

SEATTLE (AP) - The woman accused of running down a pedestrian at Kenmore is the same person who said she found the body while walking her dog.

The King County prosecutor's office says 24-year-old Sydney Jones of Kenmore turned herself in Monday at Kenmore City Hall.

A judge set bail for her Tuesday at $25,000 while a hit-and-run case is investigated.

The accident killed 31-year-old Joseph Humphreys of Kenmore. The driver left, but Jones walked back to the scene with her dog early Monday and reported finding the body.


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