BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — The Jeep believed to be involved in the fatal hit and run that killed Road Ranger Arnold Metellus has been found.
Florida Highway Patrol minutes ago announced that the Jeep Grand Cherokee — which turned out to be black, not silver as first believed — has been located at a home in the Southwest Ranches section of Broward County.
Investigators are now working to determine who was driving the vehicle when it struck and killed Metellus — assisting a stranded motorist — on the side of I-95 just south of Palmetto Park Road.
The vehicle has been the subject of a massive search since the accident on October 26th.
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