April Dishner, 28, faces numerous charges in connection with a Wednesday night incident that claimed the life of Angela Crusenberry.
Dishner waived a preliminary hearing sending the case to a Sullivan County grand jury in February.
It not clear how Dishner and Crusenberry ended up together in the vehicle, which had fake tags and no insurance, according to a criminal complaint filed in Bristol, Tenn., General Sessions Court.
A Sullivan County sheriff’s deputy saw 1998 Oldsmobile speeding on U.S. Highway 421, and began a chase after clocking it at 66 mph in a 35 mph zone.
Crusenberry was when run over and killed after jumping from the car during the chase.
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