LIBERTY - Probable cause was found Tuesday in the case of a Dunnville woman who faces four counts of first-degree wanton endangerment after her vehicle crashed into a local Dairy Mart earlier this month. The case was waived to a Casey County grand jury.
Evidence about the crash that injured four people was heard by Judge Michael Loy in Casey District Court.
Testimony by Assistant Police Chief Steven Garrett showed that Barbara "Jeanie" Allen, 61, of 1394 Red Hill Road, was driving the vehicle that ran through the Dairy Mart on Wallace Wilkinson Boulevard on Jan. 3.
He said the vehicle went through the front door and stopped at the back wall. The car seriously injured 17-year-old Jessica Price of Liberty when it pinned her against the back wall.
The vehicle also knocked Allen's son, Mark Wesley, a customer, into another customer, Robert Booth of the South Fork community.
Price suffered severe leg and foot injuries and was taken to University of Kentucky Chandler Medical Center. Wesley did not seek treatment, and Booth was taken to Casey County Hospital for treatment.