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52 Driver's License Suspensions For Woman Charged In Voorhees Hit-And-Run

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Michele Toussaint Michele Toussaint
VOORHEES, N.J. -

A woman who is accused of hitting two women with her car and taking off had 52 suspensions and 16 violations on her driving record, according to New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission officials.

Michele Toussaint, 44, now faces several charges.

Police say she struck two women Saturday night along Haddonfield-Berlin Road and North Sunset Drive in Voorhees, New Jersey and then drove away.

The victims, 28-year-old Cathy Calalang and 20-year-old Laurene Jiminez, were walking across the street after leaving a Target store when police say they were struck.

Police say an anonymous tip helped lead them to Toussaint, who was arrested late Sunday evening.

 

 

 

 

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