INDIANAPOLIS - An Indianapolis woman was arrested Tuesday in a fatal hit-and-run crash that killed a 15-year-old boy on June 29, Indianapolis Metro Police confirmed.
Investigators said Sarah A. Williams, 26, was driving a 4-door Saturn when Jack Bussa, 15, was struck and killed near the intersection of Stop 11 and Meridian Street in Perry Township. Williams had initially denied driving her vehicle and told police that it was stolen. Investigators later determined that Williams was in fact driving when Bussa was killed.
Williams was charged with failure to stop at the scene of an accident causing death, a C felony.
Charges were filed by the Marion County Prosecutors Office and a warrant was issued.
Williams turned herself into police Monday night without incident.
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