Man Faces Vehicular Homicide Charge in Death of MMA Fighter

There's more trouble for the driver arrested for leaving the scene of the crash that killed MMA fighter Jordan Parsons.

Dennis Wright, 28, now faces a vehiclar homicide charge stemming from the deadly crash.

On May 1, Delray Beach Police said Wright was behind the wheel of his mother's Range Rover when he collided with Parsons in a crosswalk on Federal Highway. Investigators said he was traveling at least 120 miles per hour.

Wright was arrested a week later.

An anonymous tipster passed on Wright's name to detectives and they discovered that Wright's mother owned a Range Rover.

Wright's attorney, Robert Resnick, had previously told The Palm Beach Post that all the facts in the case haven't yet come out.

Records show Wright's license had been suspended six times in the past.

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