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Woman With Suspended Drivers License Since 2019 Charged With Leaving Scene Of Auburndale Crash With Over $30,000 In Damages

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On 07/30/2022, the defendant was involved in a traffic crash near the intersection of Bridgers Avenue West and Eaker Street in Auburndale, Florida where she knowingly left the scene of the crash involving property damage estimated to be $30,000. The defendant failed to exchange information or remain on scene until law enforcement arrived. Through the investigation it was learned the defendant separately struck a TECO power pole and a separate victim’s mailbox located at (redacted), with her blue 2004 Toyota van bearing Florida tag #367BFCO.
Post Miranda statements the defendant admitted to being behind the wheel of the vehicle, crashing and leaving the scene of the crime. The defendant is currently being charged with two counts of leaving the scene of a crash with property damage. The defendant was issued uniform traffic citation #AERANRE and citation AERANSE pertaining to the hit and run case. There were no injuries as the result of the crash.
During the investigation it was learned the defendant’s driver license was suspended with knowledge, 2019 for failed to appear on traffic summons. Based on the investigation, I determined the defendant was knowingly operating a motor vehicle on a public roadway with a suspended/revoked driver license. The defendant was also charged with DWLSR. Uniform traffic citation # AERANOE.

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