Woman Arraigned After Allegedly Leaving Accident Scene With Kids

Reported by: Christine Winter
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Updated: 7/26/2012 7:53 pm
A woman who police say crashed a car then left the scene with her kids was arraigned Thursday in Lexington.

Officers say Linda Harwood crashed into a pole on Spurr Road in Wednesday night, causing the car to catch fire.

Police say Harwood and her 3 children were able to get out safely.

But according to a police report, they left the scene and Harwood later reported her car stolen, while denying she was in a crash.

She was later arrested.

Harwood pleaded not guilty to wanton endangerment, filing a false report and leaving an accident.
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