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Woman Surrenders In Hit-and-Run Death of Indiana Officer

October 05, 2010  | 

A 61-year-old Indianapolis woman turned herself in Monday afternoon, and has been charged in connection with the death of Greenfield Police Officer William Phillips during a bicycle-patrol training mission, reports IndyStar.com.

Sue Anne Vanderbeck turned herself in to the Henry County Sheriff's Department. She's been charged with leaving the scene of an accident causing death. The felony charge carries a four-year prison term.

Officer Phillips, 32, was killed early Thursday morning when a vehicle struck his bicycle while he was training with two other officers along U.S. 40 in Henry County just west of Knightstown.

Read the full story at IndyStar.com.


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