Prosecutors: Teen Charged In Second Hit-And-Run Collision

SEATTLE (AP) — A teenager accused of hitting and killing a jogger with her car in July has now been charged for allegedly hitting another person in a separate incident.

The King County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office charged the teen with second-degree assault and felony hit-and-run charges Wednesday in connection to another collision that reportedly occurred in July, KOMO-TV reported.

No victim has been identified in the second incident.

The teen turned herself in in September after law enforcement identified her as a suspect in the fatal hit-and-run of Greg Moore.

The sheriff’s office said they were able to link the 15-year-old teen girl, whose identity has not been released because of her age, to an earlier hit-and-run that may have occurred near Des Moines or SeaTac.