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Crime Woman who allegedly drove car onto Sanford, Maine baseball field, killing man, expected in court Monday

20:30  03 june  2018
20:30  03 june  2018 Source:   wmtw.com

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A woman drove a car onto a youth baseball field in Maine on Friday night, scattering players and bystanders before striking and killing a 68-year-old man SANFORD – A strange scene surfaced on Saturday morning as the police continue to investigate a murder after a 51-year-old woman allegedly

SANFORD , Maine —. A man was killed at Goodall Park, where a baseball game was happening, by a woman who at one point drove her car on the field , police said. That driver , 51-year-old Carol Sharrow, of Sanford , made an initial court appearance Monday afternoon.

A man was killed at Goodall Park, where a baseball game was happening, by a woman who at one point drove her car on the field, Maine police said. That driver, 51-year-old Carol Sharrow, of Sanford, Maine, is expected to make an initial court appearance Monday.

Officials at the York County Jail said Sharrow has a tentative court appearance scheduled for 1 p.m. at the Springvale court, but it could be switched to a Superior Court hearing. 

Sharrow is currently in custody and faces a preliminary charge of manslaughter, police said.

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A woman drove a car onto a youth baseball field in Maine on Friday night, scattering players and bystanders before striking and killing a SANFORD — A strange scene emerged Saturday morning as police continue to investigate a killing after a 51-year-old woman allegedly drove her car onto a

Police in Sanford , Maine , say a driver is facing manslaughter charges after she struck and killed an elderly man in a tragic incident. Carol Sharrow, 51, allegedly plowed through a gate and drove across a little league baseball field Friday night. Several players were on the field at the time and more than

Officers said the victim was 68-year-old Douglas Parkhurst of West Newfield. Witnesses said Parkhurst was pushing children out of the way of the car. They said Parkhurst tried to close a gate so the driver would not be able to escape the field.

Authorities said Parkhurst died from his injuries on the way to the hospital.

Police were interviewing dozens of witnesses from the Babe Ruth League game and reviewing cellphone video reported to capture the crash, Sanford police said.

That cellphone video shows a car driving around the infield as onlookers scream for the person to get off the field.

A Little League game was also going on across the street.

Police said Sharrow drove into a closed gate then sped through the main gate and drove onto the field during the game.

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A woman drove a car onto a youth baseball field in Maine on Friday night, scattering players and bystanders before striking and killing a MUST WATCH. Police: Car barrels onto baseball field , kills man 00:33. Sanford is a town of about 20,000 people located 45 miles southeast of Portland, Maine .

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Sanford police confirmed Saturday that Sharrow was convicted in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, in 2002 on a charge of aggravated driving under the influence.

She was also charged with an OUI by the York County Sheriff's Office, but police did not provide a date or a location on that charge.

The Sanford Little League posted a message to the community on their Facebook page. They sent their condolences to Parkhurst’s family and said he gave his life to protect others.

They said two of the teams that witnessed the incident Friday night will play Saturday morning. The league asked people in the community to come with jerseys on as a show of support.

WMTW will bring you the latest updates on this story here and on your WMTW News App.

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