UPDATE: Woman accused of striking teen with car to head to court in Murfreesboro

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A woman accused of striking a pedestrian in Smyrna on October 14, 2014 will file a plea in upcoming days. According to Smyrna Police Chief Kevin Arnold, the person who was struck was only 15-years of age.

Chief Arnold told WGNS...

"When officers arrived they found the victim, a 15 year old female, lying in the grass with obvious injuries. Preliminary investigation revealed that a 1994 Subaru Legacy driven by Beth Lynn Uhrine, 32 years of age from Smyrna, struck the pedestrian. The juvenile pedestrian was transported to Vanderbilt Hospital."

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Shortly after the accident, suspect Beth Uhrine was charged with Vehicular Assault, DUI, filing a false report, reckless driving, leaving the scene of an accident and failure to render aid.

WGNS has confirmed that Uhrine will file a plea in the courtroom of Judge David Bragg on August 27, 2015.

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Kevin Arnold, Chief Of Police Smyrna Police Department
Rutherford Co. Criminal Court Docket

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