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Maria Selena Patino, 19, killed, four pedestrians injured, and alleged driver Daisy Joy Decker, 20, charged in hit-and-run collision on Gulf Boulevard in South Padre Island, Texas

Modified Date: 
Fri, 04/19/2019 - 6:36am
Accident Date: 
Friday, March 17, 2017

SPI Police: 5 struck by hit-and-run driver

Witnesses told police the driver was in a black or dark colored Honda CR-V or Pilot, which should have frontend damage.

Anyone with any information is asked to call the South Padre Island Police Department at (956) 761-5454.

Sugar Land woman charged in hit-and-run on South Padre Island

A 20-year-old Sugar Land woman is charged with a hit-and-run on South Padre Island that sent several people to the hospital.

Two arrested in South Padre Island hit and run

A 20-year-old Houston area woman took off before first responders arrived. The SUV never left the island, and the women were arrested a short time later.

19-year-old female struck in SPI hit-and-run accident dies Sunday

Family has confirmed to CBS 4 News that 19-year-old , Maria Selena Patino of Los Fresnos, has died as a result of a hit-and-run accident on South Padre Island Friday.

Houston area woman charged with hit-and-run on South Padre Island

Daisy Joy Decker, 20, of Sugarland, Texas was arraigned Sunday and charged with multiple counts of accident involving personal injury in connection with the Friday morning auto pedestrian accident on Gulf Boulevard.

Woman who allegedly ran over group of Spring Breakers indicted

Decker has now just been indicted on multiple charges including manslaughter, assault with a vehicle and numerous counts of accident involving injury.    

Woman who killed Los Fresnos teen in Spring Break crash sentenced to prison

A Sugarland woman will spend the next decade in prison for a drunk driving crash that killed a teen during Spring Break two years ago.

Hit and Run
People Involved: 
Maria Selena Patino
Daisy Joy Decker
Gulf Boulevard

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