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Police release ID of men wanted for questioning after fatal crash

Published On: Apr 30 2013 09:35:26 AM CDT   Updated On: Apr 30 2013 01:38:35 PM CDT
Johnquayl Bell and Chatavier Bell-Johnson

Johnquayl Bell and Chatavier Bell-Johnson

BELOIT, Wis. -

Beloit police have released the identity of two men who police say fled from the scene of a fatal crash on Sunday.

Johnquayl K. Bell, 23, and Chatavier A. Bell-Johnson, 17 are cousins and are sought for questioning, according to police.

Authorities say Cassondra Sympson was a passenger in a vehicle that was struck at the intersection of Coplin and Yates avenues Sunday. The 21-year-old Beloit woman died before a medical helicopter arrived at the scene. Three others in her vehicle were taken to a local hospital for treatment of non-life-threatening injuries and released. The injured passengers included two children younger than two.

Police said the suspect vehicle was traveling at a high rate of speed in a residential area when it hit the victims' vehicle.

Johnquayl Bell is wanted by the Rock County Sheriff’s Office and a Wisconsin Department of Corrections warrant.

Anyone with information is asked to call 911.

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