ASHEVILLE -- Asheville Police were searching for the driver of a car involved in a hit and run death Sunday morning.


The Asheville Police Department has charged Maxwell James Theofrastous (29), of Asheville, with the hit and run that resulted in the death of Bradley Christopher Barnes on Sunday, September 30. Theofrastous has been charged with Felony Hit and Run Resulting in Death, Driving on Revoked License, Operate Vehicle with No Insurance and Expired Inspection. He is currently being held at the Buncombe County Detention Center on a $85,000 secured bond.

*Editor's note: A criminal charge is an accusation, by law, a person accused of a crime is innocent until proven in a court of law.




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