Runaway Culprit Found after EMS Worker Incident

Culprit was found after hitting a EMS worker with a truck

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Eugenio Guardascione, Contributor

The Greenville County Sheriff’s office said they have located the suspect who struck a Greenville EMS worker with a truck (Fox).

The Sheriff’s office has said the Greenville County EMS was initially called to 10 Keller Road in Taylors at around 6:15 p.m., in regards to a woman who passed out in a Toyota Tacoma (Fox).

Deputies stated that when the EMS worker arrived, the worker began to communicate with the woman. They go on to say at some point the woman had put the truck in reverse and hit the EMS worker before colliding with another vehicle, and fleeing the scene. Deputies have stated that the worker was taken to the hospital with non-life risking injuries (Fox). The office has also learned that a young child was also in the truck.

On May 25, around 6:30 p.m., deputies said 33-year-old Jennifer Rose Case was taken into custody after investigators had identified her through video footage and other evidence (Fox).

The sheriffs office has stated that Case was transported to the Greenville County Detention Center to face charges for attempted murder and unlawful neglect of a child. She is given no bond at this time (Fox).