Front Royal Hit and Run Suspect Caught
10 July 2018 News
Front Royal Police have caught a suspect in a June 15, 2018 hit and run incident that left a man in a rehabilitation center.
The incident took place at 11:32 p.m. in the 300 block of West 14th Street, where 41-year-old victim James Vincent Vanise was struck. Further investigation led officers to discover that the vehicle was being operated by Sandra Lavern Carter at the time. Almost a month after the accident on July 7, after authorities released Carter’s information on social media and alerted media outlets, Front Royal Police received information that led them to a residence on Beeden Lane. Carter was taken without incident there, and charged with felony hit and run after leaving the scene of an accident involving a pedestrian.
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