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Prince George's County Police have an arrest warrant for a driver in a two-vehicle crash in Capitol Heights that killed two people.
The warrant charges 18-year-old Ronald Hayes Jr. of Washington with vehicular manslaughter, negligent manslaughter and other offenses.
Police say about 10:45 p.m. Saturday, officers tried to stop Hayes after receiving a report of shots fires. Authorities say Hayes took off in his car, speeding with the car's headlights off.
Officers say Hayes struck a minivan at Hill Road and Central Avenue.
The driver of the minivan, 23-year-old Brittney Everett of Washington and a passenger, 21-year-old Brittney Queen of Capitol Heights, died. Four others in the minivan were hospitalized, as were Hayes and his passenger.
Police say there is a reward for information leading to Hayes' arrest and indictment.