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Lawsuit says Georgia officials covered up fatal hit-and-run

ATLANTA (AP) — The father of a bicyclist who died following a hit-and-run crash in northwest Georgia is suing. Manfred Keais alleges in a federal civil rights and wrongful death lawsuit that state Rep. Trey Kelley and Cedartown Police Chief Jamie Newsome conspired to cover up the 2019 crash in which Ralph “Ryan” Dover III hit bicyclist Eric Keais. The man lay wounded in a ditch until a police officer found him and died shortly afterward. Manfred Keais demands money damages. The Republican Kelley and Dover face pending criminal charges. Kelley denies wrongdoing and says he didn't know Dover had hit a person. Kelley this year stepped down from his post as House majority whip

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