Woman Charged with Manslaughter After Driving Car onto Little League Field

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"Bystanders and ballplayers scattered to avoid the vehicle as it drove erratically on the ball field", officers wrote.

Ashby's death remained unsolved until March, 2013, when Fulton (New York) Police Department investigators approached Parkhurst and interviewed him about the then-45-year-old case. A video shows the auto skidding around the bases.

According to WGME-TV, the victim was identified as 68-year-old Douglas Parkhurst.

Some witnesses said Parkhurst was hit after pushing children out of the way of the oncoming auto, reported WCSH.

Police said the auto at one point struck a closed gate, sped toward the main gate and struck Parkhurst before speeding from the scene. She was convicted of aggravated driving under the influence in New Hampshire in 2002 and was charged with operating under the influence by York County Sheriff's Office, in ME, at an uncertain date, WMTW reported.

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According to an October 2002 police log in the Portsmouth Herald, on Oct. 11 that year, Sharrow, with a cited address of 42 Lenox St., Apt.

He did not confess until 2013, which was past the statute of limitations, so no charges could be filed.

The release stated Ashby was struck while crossing a street with her sister and cousin and the vehicle did not stop.

The Sanford Little League posted a message to the community on their Facebook page. The Post-Standard archives. Police found front-end damage on Buick in 1968 but police never followed through, the articles reported. CBS Philly says Parkhurst was a Vietnam veteran. Witnesses said Parkhurst had helped others and was trying to close the gate when he was struck. "After the vehicle got off the field, (the driver) came to the gate and the older guy pushed the kids right out of the way. He took the hit for the kids", Clifton told the station.

Maine State Police and the Sanford Police Department are continuing to investigate the incident.

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