Police request Manslaughter charge in Miami fatal hit and run

Police Request Manslaughter Charge In Miami Fatal Hit And Run
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MIAMI, Okla. – Miami police request a Manslaughter charge in a fatal hit and run case.

The crash happened on February 5, 2022. It claimed the life of 58-year-old Quang Xin Ye, a Chinese citizen living in Miami, Oklahoma.

According to new information from the Miami Police Department,

“After a lengthy investigation, today we submitted a probable cause affidavit and case to the District Attorneys Office. We are submitting the charges of Manslaughter in the 2nd degree, and leaving the scene of an accident with fatality. The suspect in the case is Mindy Mcbrien. District Attorneys Office will now be responsible for the outcome of the case.”

According to the Ottawa County District Attorney Kenny Wright, the police department sent the paperwork electronically. However, because today is a state holiday, the Attorney’s office is closed. Wright says he’ll get the paperwork on Monday.


On the night of February 5, around 10:30 pm, Miami 911 Dispatch sent authorities to reports of a man down in the roadway. Police responded to the 1200 block of Steve Owens Blvd, near Vapor Maven.

Police officers got there and found a man who appeared to have been hit by a vehicle. The victim was pronounced dead at the scene.

The Miami Police Department identified the victim as 58-year-old Quang Xin Ye.

According to the Miami Police Department, they received several tips from the night of the accident. They also have witnesses. Authorities said they were working to put those tips together with video and physical evidence from the scene.

Police served a search warrant on a vehicle. The Oklahoma Highway Patrol helped in recovering physical evidence from the suspect vehicle.

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(Correction: victim died at the scene.)