STREETSBORO, Ohio - Streetsboro police have arrested a woman in connection with a crash that happened Friday night on State Route 43.
Cynthia Hanish, 48, of Streetsboro, turned herself into police Thursday after a warrant was obtained Wednesday, police said.
Police said that while driving her 2009 Black Ford F150 on State Route 43, Hanish failed to stop for a stop sign at Tinkers Green Drive prior to entering the intersection, crashing into a 1998 Ford Windstar driven by Shawn Freyhauf, 31, of Mantua. The collision sent Hanish’s truck off the road and into several objects, including a home. Freyhauf’s wife, the passenger in his car, suffered a broken collarbone as a result of the crash.
This came after Hanish hit a mailbox and speed limit sign on Tinkers Green Drive moments before, police said.
Hanish took a blood test at the hospital and had a BAC of .177, according to police.
She is being charged with aggravated vehicular assault, a third degree felony and was taken to the Ravenna Municipal Court for an arraignment.
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