Pulaski County hit and run driver still missing, family asks for closure

PULASKI COUNTY, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) – The family of a motorcyclist who died after a hit and run accident in Pulaski County wants the person responsible to come forward.

Bo Bradham’s family describes him as a kind, family man. His brother and grandfather said their family won’t be the same without him. 

Family members want closure. They’re asking for the person who collided with Bo on Saturday to do the right thing and turn him or herself in.

“He was a good man. I love him so much and now he passed away in that wreck. I just miss him a bunch,” said Trey Bradham, Bo Bradham’s oldest son.

Bo died on Sunday after he was involved in a hit and run accident off State Road 247 in Pulaski County on Saturday.

Bo’s brother, Baxter Bradham, describes Bo as a great big brother, but an even better father to his three children.

The person responsible for Bo’s death is still missing. Witnesses describe the driver as the white man in his 60’s driving a silver Toyota Tacoma. 

Bo’s family wants closure and they believe they will get it. 

“This guy will be found or God will burden his heart so bad that he’ll come forward. I have no animosity towards him. You can say or do whatever you want to, it’s not going to bring Bo back,” explained Bo’s grandfather, Charles Boyett.

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