A Fredericksburg woman was charged yesterday with hit-and-run and eluding police in episodes in two localities.
Beth A. Egnar, 43, was charged with DUI and eluding police in Caroline County and was served a warrant for a felony hit-and-run in Fredericksburg Sunday night.
Caroline Sheriff Tony Lippa said his office got a call about 11 p.m. Sunday to be on the lookout for Egnar. A man had called 911 and told Fredericksburg police that he was following a woman who struck his vehicle and drove off.
Fredericksburg spokeswoman Natatia Bledsoe said Egnar was driving a 2003 Subaru wagon when she allegedly hit a Dodge pickup truck on State Route 2.
Lippa said his department put out two sets of road spikes on Route 2 before they were finally able to stop the car, which was southbound.
Lippa said the car stopped for police at an intersection just north of Bowies Pond with all four tires flattened and surrounded by six to seven police cars.
Good thing Lippa bought those spike strips (at no cost to the county by using drug seizure money).