Victim Identified: Angleton Hit-and-Run Victim Identified as 46-year-old, Family Laments

A Facebook post from the Angleton Police Department describing a white man in his mid-40s who was killed in a hit-and-run crash gave Brea Warren a sick feeling.

While there was nothing to make a positive identification, she couldn’t shake the thought that her father, Brian Warren, may have lost his life in her family’s hometown.

The Angleton Police Department’s Facebook post stated that a deceased person was in the roadway in the area of South Velasco Street and Cemetery Road at about 2:10 a.m. Friday.

Brea Warren immediately called police and later went to headquarters to share photos, but she says her fears were confirmed because the tattoos described to her on the victim’s body matched those belonging to her dad.

As of Friday evening, police have not yet offered a positive identification.

Still, both Brea Warren and her sister, Chelsea, who lives a state away in Oklahoma, told ABC13 that they’ve been living in hell knowing that their father died in that manner.

“I don’t see how anyone can run somebody over and leave a scene like that. It’s horrible,” Brea Warren said.

She continued, “We want whoever did this to be behind bars. My dad deserves respect. They left them there. They let him get ran over more than once. It’s a horrible thing to even think about. Whoever did this needs to be punished.”

They also believe he was making a trip to the corner store for food when he was hit.

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