SAN FRANCISCO, California – A woman went on a hit-and-run rampage in San Francisco. Specifically, the incident occurred on Wednesday afternoon.
The San Francisco Police Department identified the suspect as 25-year-old Cherry Neal. The suspect injured multiple people. Furthermore, she damaged multiple vehicles. She’s lucky she didn’t kill anyone, or at least, that she hasn’t killed anyone yet.
Fortunately, officials apprehended Ms. Neal before she could do any more damage than she had done already. Then, they slapped her with 24 charges. Additionally, these charges include:
- Four counts felony Hit-and-Run involving injury
- Three counts failing to stop at the scene of an accident with damage to property
- Driving under the influence causing injury
- Driving with suspended license
- Theft of vehicle
- Reckless driving causing injury
- Three counts Assault with a deadly weapon
- Possession of stolen vehicle
- Resisting arrest
- Running a red light
However, these are just some of the charges the suspect is facing.
Hit-and-Run Suspect Fled Police
Initially, police officers attempted to stop the suspect’s vehicle. Moreover, officers believed she was driving a stolen vehicle. Then, the suspect drove off.
Specifically, she drove onto the sidewalk by the Tenderloin police station. Then, she ran into a street worker. Furthermore, she hit some scaffolding as she continued to drive erratically. Meanwhile, police attempted to stop her, but they were not successful.
Additionally, the suspect continued to drive. The suspect collided with a pedestrian near Eddy and Taylor streets. Unfortunately, police officers reported that pedestrian sustained life-threatening injuries.
Officials said the suspect then hit two cars around Market and 5th streets. Finally, the suspect hit a car at 6th and Clara. Then, the suspect finally stopped driving, submitting to her fate.
Police officers arrested the suspect there, and booked her into county jail.
According to jail records, the suspect is being held on $125,000 bail.