NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WTVF) — A woman sought in connection with a deadly pedestrian crash in Nashville was arrested and charged in the case.
Gregory Rosebud, 42, was killed in the crash Thursday on the Murfreesboro Pike on-ramp to Interstate 24.
Police say the driver ran away from the scene, but officers found an ID belonging to 50-year-old Pamela Parks in the car, which was abandoned.
Parks She was arrested Friday morning by a Sumner County deputy after he saw she was a passenger in a vehicle. She would not answer investigators’ questions, and was taken to General Hospital for treatment of injuries she received in the hit and run crash.
The woman in the vehicle with Parks, 31-year-old Mary Beth Beard was also in the vehicle during the hit-and-run crash. She admitted to officers that they ran from the crash scene and were picked up by another vehicle.
Beard was transported to Rutherford County for booking on an unrelated outstanding warrant.
At the time of Thursday’s collision, Parks was free on $20,000 bond from a March arrest in Nashville charging her with felony cocaine possession and possession of drug paraphernalia. She was charged with leaving the scene of a crash involving death, failure to render aid, and driving on a revoked license in connection to the crash.
Additional charges in connection to the crash are possible at the conclusion of the investigation.