The Latest: Woman who hit couple with car charged
Aug. 30, 2018
SEABROOK, N.H. (AP) — The Latest on a woman accused of hitting and killing a man and striking his wife with her car (all times local):
A woman accused of striking and killing a man with her car and injuring his wife has been charged with reckless second-degree murder.
Stephen and Erin VanDalinda and their dog were hit Wednesday night. Sixty-four-year-old Stephen VanDalinda died and his 61-year-old wife remains hospitalized with serious injuries.
Thirty-eight-year-old Catrina Costello was arrested. She also faces several other charges, including second-degree assault, aggravated driving while intoxicated and violation of a stalking order of protection. The Portsmouth Herald reports she waived her Thursday arraignment and did not appear at Rockingham Superior Court. She is being held without bail.
A New Hampshire woman accused of Authorities in New Hampshire say a man walking his dog with his wife was struck and killed by a car driven by a woman who had been accused of stalking his wife.
Stephen and Erin VanDalinda and their dog were hit Wednesday night. Stephen VanDalinda, who was 64, died, and his 61-year-old wife is hospitalized with serious injuries.
The attorney general's office on Thursday announced the arrest of 38-year-old Catrina Costello. Authorities say she was driving drunk when she hit the couple and then left the scene. She faces nine charges, including felony assault and driving while intoxicated. She's also charged with violating a protective issued last year prohibiting her from having any contact with Erin VanDalinda, stalking abusing her or her relatives or coming within 50 feet of her animals.
A phone number for Costello wasn't available.