From the Stafford Sheriff’s Workplace:
A Fredericksburg lady stays in jail after being arrested for a number of offenses in Stafford County final week after a success and run accident. On April twenty seventh at 1:48 p.m. Deputy R.A. Weatherholtz was headed towards a success and run accident close to the Rappahannock Regional Jail. A witness reported a silver Honda Accord had simply struck two automobiles and fled the scene northbound on U.S. 1. Deputy Weatherholtz was in the proper place on the proper time, because the offender sped previous him and he initiated a site visitors cease within the Stafford County Courthouse parking zone.
The driving force was recognized as Britney Hilton, 30. Hilton defined to the deputy she was on her approach to courtroom for a 1:00 p.m. case. Deputy Weatherholtz defined she was already practically an hour late and started to research the hit and run.
Deputy Weatherholtz decided Hilton was driving beneath the affect and positioned her beneath arrest. There was a toddler within the automobile who was turned over to a member of the family. Moreover, a suspected managed substance was discovered on Hilton and within the automobile.
Hilton was finally charged with DUI second in 5 years, two counts of hit and run, possession of a managed substance, obstruction, refusal, and youngster neglect. She was served an extra Capias from the Normal District Court docket for lacking her 1:00 p.m. courtroom date. Hilton continues to be held with out bond on the Rappahannock Regional Jail.
Drive sober or get pulled over.