Update

MIAMI, Okla. — Charges have been filed in a deadly hit-and-run in Miami from earlier this year.

Today charges of First Degree Manslaughter and Leaving the Scene of a Deadly Accident were filed against 47-year-old Mindy McBrien of Fairland.

She turned herself in and was booked into the Ottawa County Jail on a $150,000 bond. McBrien has since posted her bond.

These charges are connected to the death of 58-year-old Quang Xin Ye on February 5th. Authorities found him lying in the 1200 Block of East Steve Owens Boulevard.

“The accident was a terrible tragedy,” said Winston Connor II, McBrien’s attorney.

Connor said he would make additional comments after reviewing the investigative reports.


Update

MIAMI, Okla. — Miami investigators have identified the driver of a hit-and-run that killed a Miami man back in February.

The Miami Police Department released the findings of their lengthy investigation on Friday, and identified their suspect as Mindy Mcbrien. Mcbrien faces charges of Manslaughter in the 2nd Degree and Leaving the Scene of an Accident with Fatality.

The department said they have submitted a probable cause affidavit and case to the District Attorney’s Office.


Feb. 7th, 2022: UPDATE: Victim identified in fatal Miami hit-and-run

Update

MIAMI, Okla. — The MPD has identified the man killed in Saturday’s hit-and-run.

The man identified was 58-year-old, Quang Xin Ye, of Miami. Quang was a citizen of China that resided in Miami. Detectives with the department have notified next of kin.


Original

MIAMI, Okla. — Authorities are asking for help in identifying suspects involved with a pedestrian collision in Miami over the weekend.

During the evening hours on Saturday, officers with Miami Police Department discovered a man recently struck by a vehicle lying in the roadway near the 1200 block of East Steve Owen’s Blvd, according to a Facebook post. The car was nowhere to be found.

Despite treatment at a local hospital the man eventually died the following afternoon on Sunday.

Now, MPD is asking for any possible witnesses to step forward and assist in this case. Detectives have processed the scene but are seeking any additional information. You can call Det. Johnson at (918) 542-5585.