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The Iowa police department on Friday announced the arrest of a woman they say admitted to that a 14-year-old girl with her SUV because the victim was a “a Mexican.”
Nicole Marie Poole of Franklin, 42, of Des Moines, was charged with attempted murder after being accused of beating the girl on a road in Clive, Iowa, on Dec. 9) and to flee from the scene without providing assistance, according to police. The victim’s numerous injuries.
Homicide Detectives are in charge of the Franklin, after the identification of her on Thursday when the driver of the hit-and-run, and then you have the interview of her in a local jail where she was held for a single event, Clive police chief Michael Venema said in a news release.
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Mugshot for Nicole Marie Poole of Franklin, 42.
(Clive Police Department)
“In other words, Franklin was not only allowed to be the driver of the car that struck this young girl, but also that she had done it on purpose,” Venema said. “Franklin also told investigators that she was walking towards the girl as she was, in her words, ‘a Mexican.'”
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She went on to have a number of derogatory statements about hispanics to the investigators,” he added.
Franklin was charged with attempted murder, Venema said.
“I just want to say, in the strongest terms possible, that there is no place in our society, as well as any other for this kind of hatred and violence,” the chief said.
Franklin was accused of driving her SUV on to the little girl on the pavement, when the girl went to the school to watch a basketball game.
“I don’t remember the impact,” the teen told a Des Moines TV station days later on. “I remember seeing the car coming at me.”
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Franklin was put behind bars after he was accused of abuse by a Des Moines grocery store clerk with making racist comments.