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Waipahu man charged in fatal hit-and-run in Arizona

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A 2010 Waipahu High School graduate was charged with manslaughter and leaving the scene of an accident in Yuma, Ariz., following a fatal hit-an-run collision.

Nathan Tom Bartley, 18, was being held on $200,000 bond at the Yuma County jail, the Yuma Sun reported.

Bartley, a freshman at Arizona Western College in Yuma, is suspected of being the driver of a dark-colored vehicle that hit bicyclist Anthony Acosta, 15, Thursday night, the newspaper said.

Bartley made his initial appearance in Yuma Justice Court on Friday.

The car was found in a parking lot at the college and police arrested Bartley. Police said they interviewed three people who were passengers in Bartley’s car at the time of the collision, the newspaper said.

Bartley is an offensive lineman on the Arizona Western football team. He is one of six players from Hawaii for AWC. He played football and basketball at Waipahu High.

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