Originally posted on CBS Baltimore:
HYATTSVILLE, Md. (WJZ) —The driver responsible for striking and killing a man on the Baltimore Washington Parkway in February has come forward.
As Tracey Leong reports, the victim’s family is speaking out.
The man surrendered this past week, but the family says the charges he’s facing are far too lenient.
For more than three months, police searched for the driver who hit 38-year-old Rick Warrick and his fiancé Julia Pearce and then kept going.
Warrick was killed in the crash, his wife was also hospitalized.
“We’re human beings, not roadkill, that’s what it makes me feel like roadkill,” said Julia Pearce, fiancée.
On February 1, 2015 Warrick and Pearce were changing their tire on the side of the BW Parkway north of Route 197. Pearce says that one night shattering her world.
“You ruined my life, he doesn’t have one, you ruined his parents life, you ruined his children’s, they…
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