Pierre, Tammy L – (1) rely Accidents Involving Individual Harm Though Not Adequately Accredited and 5 extra rates

On 05/13/2022, CPD officers had been dispatched to the intersection of S. Fourth Road and E. Queen Street for a pedestrian accident. The 911 caller stated that a female crossing the street in a wheelchair had been struck by a woman functioning a Yellow SUV, which then fled the scene heading Eastbound on E. Queen Avenue. Officers from the Chambersburg Police and the Chambersburg Fire division arrived on the scene and immediately transported the hurt target to the Chambersburg Clinic. Chambersburg Law enforcement officers on scene started interviews of witnesses whilst other Officers began to overview digicam footage from the Borough’s new intersection digicam technique.

The camera system was able to exhibit that the suspect car or truck experienced proceeded by way of the intersection though obtaining a continual crimson mild and that the operator did not correctly check for auto/pedestrian targeted traffic prior to moving into the intersection. 

Officers identified the vehicle as a yellow Chevy Tracker and adopted the motor vehicle by way of city employing the camera system. The auto was ultimately situated, unoccupied and disabled, at the intersection of W. Loudon Avenue and Sollenberger Rd. The registration showed that the motor vehicle belonged to a Tammy Pierre, whose bodily traits matched those people presented by witnesses at the incident scene.

Officers located Pierre at her residence and have been equipped to job interview her about the incident. Pierre admitted to being the operator of the yellow Chevy Tracker when it struck the target in the intersection.  

Pierre was subsequently charged with 6 violations of the Pennsylvania vehicle code.

The Chambersburg Law enforcement would like to thank the Chambersburg Condition Police and the Franklin Co. Sherriff’s place of work for their assistance in this incident.