Longview, TX — For more than a month, Longview teenager Ashley Nicole Lambert eluded police despite a grand jury indictment for a March collision on Loop 281 that killed a pedestrian.
Authorities’ search for Lambert ended Oct. 17, when the 19-year-old motorist was arrested after what was at least her second wreck of the year.
Longview police Sgt. Mark Alford said Sunday that officers took Lambert into custody after a South Longview collision at the intersection of Young and Lilly streets. No other details about the wreck were available, but Lambert was arrested on a felony warrant from Sept. 15, when a Gregg County grand jury indicted her for failing to stop and aid a pedestrian she allegedly struck with her 1998 Toyota Camry on March 28, police said.
Lambert, 19, was not arrested after the March collision that killed 57-year-old Farmersville millwright Harold Grady.
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