Female Turns Self in for 2019 Struck & Run


The Warwick Police Department is located at 99 Veterans Memorial Drive.
The Warwick Authorities Department lies at 99 Veterans Memorial Drive.

WARWICK, RI– An East Greenwich female desired for a rainy day strike & & run Dec. 13, 2019 turned herself in July 29 at Warwick Authorities Head Office.

Christine Melucci, 63, of 132 Grand View Roadway, East Greenwich, was arranged to address the charge of failing her task to stop following a crash leading to damage in Third District Court today, Aug. 23.

According to Sgt. Jason Brodeur’s report, Melucci stated that on that rainy, dark afternoon, she had actually been driving her blue 2011 BMW at about 5 p.m. previous Warwick Authorities Head office on Rte. 1 south, utilized her blinker and moved into the ideal lane. Soon after, she felt 2 bumps. Given that it was dark and drizzling, she did not stop at the next light, she stated. She stated the guy in the other automobile had actually left his, a gray 2018 Mazda, and approached her guest’s side window waving at her.

She stated she waved back to suggest he must proceed without fretting about having struck her automobile. She likewise stated she had actually been worried about stopping to connect with an odd guy in the dark, according to Brodeur’s report. When she returned house, she stated, she might see no damage to her automobile. She likewise stated she was uninformed she was needed to report the crash.

Melucci stated she no longer drives the BMW, which she had actually not brought it to the station with her.

According to the 2019 crash report by Officer Jospeh DiIorio, the Mazda motorist reported he remained in the ideal lane when the BMW motorist crossed into his lane, striking his motorist’s side left front fender. The effect required his automobile into the curb on the ideal side of the roadway, according to the report.

Both the Mazda’s left front fender and the automobile’s ideal side wheels had actually been harmed by the crash, according to the report.

The motorist explained the BMW motorist as an older female with white curly hair, and offered her automobile’s license plate number. Officers determined Melucci as the motorist, however were not able to reach her at her address or through the contact number noted for her in DMV records, according to DiIorio’s report.

Christine Melucci, 63, of 132 Grand View Roadway, East Greenwich, was arranged to address the charge of failing her task to stop following a crash leading to damage in Third District Court today, Aug. 23.

According to Sgt. Jason Brodeur’s report, Melucci stated that on that rainy, dark afternoon, she had actually been driving her blue 2011 BMW at about 5 p.m. previous Warwick Authorities Head office on Rte. 1 south, utilized her blinker and moved into the ideal lane. Soon after, she felt 2 bumps. Given that it was dark and drizzling, she did not stop at the next light, she stated. She stated the guy in the other automobile had actually left his, a gray 2018 Mazda, and approached her guest’s side window waving at her.

She stated she waved back to suggest he must proceed without fretting about having struck her automobile. She likewise stated she had actually been worried about stopping to connect with an odd guy in the dark, according to Brodeur’s report. When she returned house, she stated, she might see no damage to her automobile. She likewise stated she was uninformed she was needed to report the crash.

Melucci stated she no longer drives the BMW, which she had actually not brought it to the station with her.

According to the 2019 crash report by Officer Jospeh DiIorio, the Mazda motorist reported he remained in the ideal lane when the BMW motorist crossed into his lane, striking his motorist’s side left front fender. The effect required his automobile into the curb on the ideal side of the roadway, according to the report.

Both the Mazda’s left front fender and the automobile’s ideal side wheels had actually been harmed by the crash, according to the report.

The motorist explained the BMW motorist as an older female with white curly hair, and offered her automobile’s license plate number. Officers determined Melucci as the motorist, however were not able to reach her at her address or through the contact number noted for her in DMV records, according to DiIorio’s report.

Warwick Authorities acquired a warrant for Melucci’s arrest on the charge of leaving the scene of a crash with damage resulting.