Man Intentionally Hits Girlfriend with Vehicle on Casey Lane
KINGMAN, AZ (February 8, 2022) – Brandon Lewis St. Ours was arrested Saturday evening, after fatally hitting Tasha Childress in a crash.
Officers responded to the incident near College Drive and North Casey Lane where they found a woman who was not breathing and had no pulse.
Investigators say Ours was the boyfriend of Childress, and the two had argued at a residence before being asked to leave.
Investigators said the woman refused to get into Ours’ vehicle and walked away from the scene.
Ours drove around looking for Childress and allegedly struck her with the vehicle and then fled the scene. Due to the impact of the collision, 31-year-old Childress, of Golden Valley succumbed to her injuries.
Kingman officials later arrested 37-year-old Brandon Lewis St. Ours for vehicular manslaughter by domestic violence. At this time, authorities continue to investigate the incident.
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