WOMAN DEAD FROM HIT AND RUN CRASH, SUSPECT FACES ADDITIONAL CHARGES
Billie Bradshaw, 55, passed away from the injuries she received in a hit and run crash. As a result, the suspect Brandon Miller, 32 is now charged with involuntary manslaughter.
Billie was hit by a vehicle on The Plaza Charlotte, NC on August 9, 2019. Billie died days later.
On August 9th Brandon was driving a Silver 2004 Suzuki XL7 on The Plaza when he moved from the left lane to the right lane to maneuver around a stopped vehicle. At the same time, the pedestrian identified as Billie was crossing the street from the center median and was not in a cross walk.
As the silver Suzuki passed the stopped vehicle, Billie was crossing in front of the stopped vehicle and into the path of the silver Suzuki. The Suzuki struck Billie and failed to stop at the scene. Medic arrived and transported the victim to Atrium Health Carolina’s Medical Center with life threatening injuries. Billie eventually died from her injuries on August 12.
The Suzuki was located a few blocks away unoccupied with additional damage sustained from striking a parked vehicle while fleeing.
Officials were able to determine where Brandon lived and made contact with residents at that address. These residents were able to make contact with the suspect driver who agreed to come home and talk to detectives.
Brandon was interviewed and screened for impairment. Upon the conclusion of the interview Brandon was arrested and charged with Felony Hit & Run, Misdemeanor Hit & Run, and Driving While License Revoked. Upon Billie dying, Brandon is now also charged with involuntary manslaughter.