Thursday, March 22, 2007
Authorities solicit help in hit-run
By SUE WATSON
Marshall County Sheriff’s Office investigators are seeking the whereabouts of a white, older model Lincoln with a blue vinyl top that was involved in a hit-and-run accident on Skating Rink Road Friday afternoon, March 16, according to sheriff Kenny Dickerson.
The Lincoln is believed to have conspicuous damage to the front driver’s side grill, fender and headlight area.
Investigator Randy Harper said the white Lincoln was involved in a collision with a four-wheeler in the middle of the road. The driver of the Lincoln and passenger left the scene, he said.
Two juveniles were injured in the accident, Harper said. One 15-year-old female was airlifted to The Memphis Med and was reported still in the hospital Tuesday but expected to be released. The other juvenile, a male, was taken by ambulance to The Med, was later released and is recuperating at home, Harper said.
In a separate incident on March 14, a Holly Springs woman was arrested and charged with aggravated assault involving a vehicle, Dickerson said.
Clemia McFadden, 22, of the Holly Springs area, allegedly ran into Andrea Folson, who was standing outside her vehicle in a driveway on Hernando Road around 11 a.m. Wednesday, according to Harper.
“Holly Springs Police Department stopped the vehicle in Holly Springs after it left the area,” he said.
McFadden was taken into custody by sheriff’s deputies, charged and later released on $50,000 bond.
Folson was airlifted to The Med with injuries and is presently out of the hospital and recovering at home, Harper said.
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