Date Published:2023-11-15

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Woman charged with deadly hit-an-run crash pleads not guilty

PROVIDENCE, RI – According to WPRI, the woman charged with a fatal hit-and-run accident on N Main St on February 14 pleaded not guilty on Wednesday.

Alisha Pina, 35, allegedly struck and killed Zachary Richardson, 38, as he was crossing N Main St around 10 p.m.

Pina was driving with a suspended license when she hit Richardson.

The judge granted Pina $7,500 surety bail and ordered her not to drive. Her next court date is on January 10.

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Written By: Ronald J. Resmini

Last Updated: 2023-11-15