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The tragic death of a 4-year-old girl who was run over by a vehicle of the police department of the Church school has led to almost a year later, the indictment of the police officer who was at the wheel.
Andria Heese, a 28-year-old is a member of the Columbia Police Department, was charged with murder Monday in the Feb. 4) the death of the Golden Curry out of the Battle of the high School, according to the report.
“We have been working with the Highway Patrol,” Camden County prosecutor’s office, Heather Miller, told Fox 22 In Columbia. “We have been in contact with the family, working with them, and to make sure that all the ducks were in a row before we were able to, the filing of the case.”
Golden Curry, 4, was run over and killed by a police vehicle almost a year ago. A Columbia police officer, Anria Heese, was charged with murder Monday in the death.
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A call to Fox News to find a comment of Heese’s attorney was not immediately returned.
The lawsuit comes after the city of Columbia has agreed to pay Golden’s parents, a $3.4 million settlement of a lawsuit seeking damages for claims of wrongful death.
The school district, which had also been sued, has agreed to a $125,000 settlement.
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Curry’s mother, told KOMU-TV on Monday that the criminal case against Heese, makes it even more difficult to Gabriella’s one-year anniversary of her death this weekend.
According to reports, at the time of the accident, Heese was in a tank of an SUV when she struck the girl’s following drive on the sidewalk to check on the school bus.
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After hitting her, Heese, assisted Gabriella, giving her CPR and call for help, KOMU reported.
She was on administrative leave after the incident. Its current status is not known.