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Bond set at $250,000 for Athens man accused in death of 11-year-old

Josue Prado-Ramirez. (Source: Henderson County Jail) Josue Prado-Ramirez. (Source: Henderson County Jail)
Damarion Williams. (Source: Facebook) Damarion Williams. (Source: Facebook)
ATHENS, TX (KLTV) -

An Athens man is in jail on a $250,000 bond after turning himself in on a charge in connection with the pedestrian death of an 11-year-old boy.

Josue Alejandre Prado-Ramirez, 22, is charged with accident involving death.

Tyler police say Prado-Ramirez was the driver who hit and killed Damarion Williams early Sunday on Highway 271.

Investigators were able to connect Prado-Ramirez to the incident after identifying his passenger through surveillance video from a nearby business. Tyler police say she then confirmed Prado-Ramirez was the driver.

Prado-Ramirez turned himself in to the Henderson County Jail Monday night.

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