On the 04/10/2022, police responded to the junction between Huntingdon Pike and Byberry Road in the event of a crash involving a car that caused injury. When they arrived, officers saw one car, a dark Toyota Camry pulled off to the right on Byberry Road with heavy front-end damaged. The sole driver of the Toyota was reported to be wounded, and also suffered head injuries following the collision with some part of the vehicle due to the collision.
In the meantime, it was realized that another vehicle, which was identified as an Red Chevrolet Monte Carlo, had been removed from after the collision. One witness reported that they had been immediately following that Monte Carlo in traffic. They were stopped by the continuous red light on the westbound Byberry Road. Witnesses then pulled up away from the Monte Carlo to make a right-hand turn, and then go northbound along Huntingdon Pike. When he arrived, the signal that was facing Byberry Road was still red and the driver of the Monte Carlo drover through the intersection and struck the victim.
The Monte Carlo was last seen traveling towards the northbound direction on Huntingdon Pike, towards County Line Road. Surveillance cameras in the area captured images of the Monte Carlo (immediately after the collision was reported) which was heavily damaged by the damaged to the passenger’s side, traveling northbound along Huntingdon Pike and turning left to Westbound County Line Road. It was later discovered that the Monte Carlo was spotted parked near the GIANT Food Store located at 466 Second Street Pike. Police then discovered that the vehicle was unoccupied and parked at the front of the retail store. The vehicle also had counterfeit inspection tags.
The subsequent investigation has revealed that it was the Monte Carlo belonged to Kathleen Craven.
In an interview scheduled for an undetermined date Kathleen Craven admitted to driving the Monte Carlo on 4/10/22 and taking off in the aftermath of the crash.
Kathleen Craven was arrested and will be charged for the listed crimes.
CRIMINAL CHARGES, AND ANY DISCUSSION THEREFORE, ARE MERELY ALLEGATIONS AND ALL DEFENDENTS ARE PRESUMED INNOCENT UNTIL AND UNLESS PROVEN GUILTY.