Arrest made in year-old hit-and-run death of Brampton cyclist
Peel Regional Police have made an arrest in a year-old case where a cyclist was struck and killed along Highway 7 in Brampton.
Investigators from the Major Collision Bureau have charged Theodore O'Leary, 32, with failing to stop after a collision resulting in death.
The incident happened on May 1, 2020 when 32-year-old Colin Fisher was cycling eastbound on the highway. Fisher was struck by a vehicle and died at the scene as a result of his injuries.
Police have been investigating the hit-and-run ever since.
The man charged has been held for a bail hearing.
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