The Butler County Prosecuting Attorney’s office says charges will not be filed against Ben Ressel, a man allegedly involved in a hit and run that killed 13-year-old Heavenly Hafford. A spokesperson says the decision was made based on current evidence. The office says the Prosecuting Attorney has three years to file charges. Poplar Bluff police confirmed DNA was found on Ressel’s truck that was believed to be involved in the hit and run that killed Hafford on Dec. 9. He was previously arrested. Police say the teen was walking in the road when she was hit by a light blue Volkswagen Beetle that left the scene. The probable cause statement says the victim had then been hit by a second vehicle, a black Ford F-150 that had also left the scene. The owner of the Beetle, 42-year-old Randel C. Sparks, of Poplar Bluff, was arrested. Sparks was originally booked at the Butler County Justice Center, but has since been released on bail. Court documents say Sparks is facing felony charges of leaving the scene of an accident and tampering with evidence. The investigation is ongoing.