Driver wanted in fatal hit-and-run

Jonathan Brett Leonard wanted on felony charge

BAYTOWN, Texas - A man has been accused of fatally hitting a woman on a bicycle while he was driving home to have a ménage a trios.

Baytown police said Belinda Khan, 44, was hit by a pickup truck as she rode her bicycle in the 3100 block of Decker Drive early Saturday.

A piece of the pickup truck's grill was found near her body, officials said.

Investigators said they matched the grill to a pickup truck found at the Cypress Bend apartments a few blocks away. They said they then traced the pickup truck to Jonathan Brett Leonard.

Detectives said Leonard, 36, told them that he, his wife and her girlfriend were drinking at a Baytown bar that night. He said they all then headed back to the apartment to have sex, police said.

Leonard and his wife have denied having anything to do with Khan's death, investigators said. Police said the woman who was with the couple told them that she was so drunk that she may have passed out on the way to the apartment.

Surveillance video from a convenience store puts Leonard behind the wheel of the pickup truck a few minutes before Khan was killed, police said.

Leonard has been charged with failure to stop and render aid, a third-degree felony. Police said he has not been arrested because they have not been able to find him.

Leonard's attorney declined to comment.

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