Woman Charged in Hit ‘N Run of a Child at School Bus Stop

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Police charge a Lancaster County woman in a hit and run involving a child at school bus stop earlier this month.   Following up on tips, Manheim Township Police identified 34-year-old Julie Mullin, of East Petersburg as the driver of the vehicle that hit a 12-year-old East Petersburg girl on Graystone Road while she was walking to her bus stop.


Charges against Mullin include Accidents Involving Death or Personal Injury, Duty to Give Information and Render Aid and immediate Notice of Accident to Police. Mullin was arraigned on Tuesday and released on $20,000 unsecured bail.


  • Kathryn

    I really hope that the kid will get the justice she deserves for the injuries and trauma she got from this incident. I would commend the authority for a fast action on this accident, and I hope Mullin would pay the consequences of her reckless action. That certain amount of fine is not enough.

  • injury attorney

    There should have been no bond for this women. Anyone who leaves the scene of an accident knowing they have injured someone should be prosecuted to the fullest.

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