Turner pleaded not guilty and has been released on personal recognizance, according to court documents.
Marsha said a teenager was driving an orange or beige SUV with a
Marsha "saw the vehicle reverse fast and uncontrolled," according to court documents. "He could see the young man was the operator of the vehicle. Brian next saw the SUV go forward spinning its tires leaving a tire mark going almost off the road sharply to the right. The SUV turned right and went straight into the rear of the sweeper."
Marsha said Turner stopper to talk to him and said she was teaching her nephew to drive when her car hit the street sweeper, according to court documents. At the time of the crash her nephew was four months shy of being 15-and-a-half, which is the age at which teenagers are legally allowed to drive with a licensed adult in
"Brian told her he witnessed the whole event and that it didn't look like that to him," according to court documents. "Brian told her she needs to report it to the park owner. The girl said she would tell her insurance agent. Brain said he repeated she needed to tell the owner because he was going to anyway."
Turner apologized to Marsha and parked the car at another house at Whispering Pines, according to court documents. Police were able to identify Turner by talking to the homeowner according to court documents.
Turner did not contact police directly about the accident, and when questioned by police she said she attempted to contact the owner of the street sweeper by knocking on a nearby door, according to court documents.
However, the witness told police Turner did not attempt to find the vehicle's owner, according to court documents. Turner also removed the bumper of her car, which showed the damage from the accident, according to court documents.
"Based on speaking with (Turner's nephew) and Jessica, their story does not seem plausible," Officer
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