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Crocker woman cited Sunday after fleeing Saturday rollover
Crocker woman cited Sunday after fleeing Saturday rollover

Rothmund's Towing personnel clean up the wreckage from a Saturday night rollover.
TURKEY RIDGE, Mo. (March 16, 2009) — State troopers announced Sunday that they have located and issued citations to the woman who rolled an older-model blue pickup truck Saturday night on Raceway Road about halfway between Highway W and Highway 7.

Mary Catherine Kulick, 42, of Crocker, was not injured in the rollover wreck, according to Sgt. Darryl Suhr of the Missouri State Highway Patrol.

“I got her tracked down tonight,” Suhr said Sunday night. “She was issued two tickets as a result of my investigation, one for careless and imprudent driving, and one for leaving the scene of a motor vehicle accident. She was released after the issuance of the tickets.”

About 8:30 p.m., troopers received a report from Pulaski County 911 dispatchers of a personal injury crash. However, when Waynesville firefighters and Pulaski County Ambulance District paramedics arrived along with the troopers, they couldn't locate anyone around a 1990 Chevy S-10 pickup that had crashed onto the passenger side with extensive damage. Debris from the pickup was scattered around the roadway with a smashed windshield.

The pickup had a rear cab window memorializing the death of an area resident who was killed several years ago in an ATV crash. The vehicle is registered to a Waynesville resident but it's not clear that resident had anything to do with the crash.

Rothmund's Towing removed the pickup.

In two unrelated incidents, state troopers announced that they arrested two people Sunday night.

Richland resident Malissa R. Hightower, 36, was arrested in Phelps County by state troopers at 5:52 p.m. on window tint charges. Troopers took her to the Phelps County Jail where she was placed on a 24-hour hold.

In Pulaski County, state troopers arrested Laci N. Hearst, 22, of Festus, at 2 p.m. on a misdemeanor Jefferson County warrant for failure to maintain financial responsibility and transported her to the Pulaski County Jail where she posted bond with the sheriff’s department.

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