New Bern woman turns herself in following Tuesday hit and run - WNCT

New Bern woman turns herself in following Tuesday hit and run

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NEW BERN, N.C. - A woman has turned herself in following a hit and run Tuesday night.

Troopers say a man was struck while helping to clean the intersection and check on victims from a wreck near the intersection of Williams Road and US 70.

A burgundy SUV hit 20-year old Christian Thompson of Havelock and left the scene.  Thompson was taken to Carolina East Medical Center for his injuries. He’s listed in stable condition.

49-year-old Debra Davis of New Bern will be charged with felony hit and run in the incident.

There’s no word on her bond.
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