Hollinghead, 35, died of blunt-force trauma to the head and torso in a preliminary report from the crime lab in
Meanwhile, hit-and-run suspect
Williams, 36, was in the same court Wednesday to plead not guilty to felony homicide by vehicle, leaving the scene of an accident, duty to report fatal injury accident, driving while license suspended or revoked and having no proof of insurance. She was taken into custody around
Police said Hollinhead was walking south across
Williams stopped briefly but left the crash scene, police said. A witness gave police the tag number on the
Police didn't reach Williams that night but did get her on a phone at her cousin's house. She told police the first car struck the pedestrian and sent Hollinhead flying into the air before she ran over her.
Bryan said Hollinhead's clothing may have concealed her on the street. She was wearing a white T-shirt, dark gray hooded sweatshirt and black jeans. "She was concealed," he said, noting the dark sweatshirt probably was zipped on the cool night.
Police located Williams' vehicle on
Kendrick was pleased to learn of the preliminary autopsy report on Friday. "We didn't have any indication on what the preliminary was going to say," he said. "We're definitely looking forward to that."
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