Shannon O’Leary, 43, killed by 19-year-old woman that left the scene on Meadowgreen Road in Henrico County, Virginia
19-year-old Henrico woman charged in Saturday’s fatal pedestrian hit-and-run
Evidence at the scene indicated the victim, Shannon O’Leary, 43, of Henrico, had been struck by a vehicle, but the vehicle was not there. O’Leary died at the scene.
Henrico pastor remembered by faith community after fatal hit and run
Davidson says O’Leary was known as someone with overwhelming compassion, she is remembered for “visiting people, talking with people. One of the things that she was well-known for in this congregation was praying with people.“
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