A girl who confronted rates for allegedly driving her auto into protesters in Bloomington final summer season has died.
Monroe County Prosecutor Erika Oliphant confirmed to IndyStar that costs from Christi J. Bennett, who was 66 when she was arrested in July 2020, have been dropped thanks to her loss of life.
Bennett faced two felony fees of felony recklessness dedicated with a fatal weapon, a person felony demand of leaving the scene of an incident and a misdemeanor demand of leaving the scene of an incident. All expenses were dismissed July 6.
In accordance to law enforcement, a protest rally was wrapping up outside the house the Monroe County Courthouse on July 6, 2020 when a driver struck two men and women with a car about 9:30 p.m.
Videos printed to social media showed the driver of a crimson Toyota Corolla heading north on Walnut Street when she struck two protesters who stood in entrance and to the side of the automobile.
A person protester, a man, suffered cuts and bruises the other, a woman, was hospitalized with head accidents, the Bloomington Herald-Occasions claimed.
Previous IndyStar reporter Vic Ryckaert contributed.
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