Police in Kentucky are trying to find an “armed and harmful” lady who allegedly killed her toddler granddaughter in a hit-and-run final week.
Lisa Tesch, 51, ran over her 18-month-old granddaughter, Eleanor Campbell, with a white Chevy Trailblazer at Motel 6 on Hospitality Way in Jeffersonville on the morning of June 16, WRTV reported.
Surveillance footage exhibits Tesch fleeing the scene, the outlet stated, whereas Campbell was transferred to Norton Children’s Hospital, the place she later died.
Jeffersonville police subsequently warned the neighborhood to look out for a white Chevy with the Kentucky license plate A9Z280, WLKY stated.
The division warned that Tesch needs to be thought of “armed and harmful.”
The fugitive grandmother has a checkered legal previous that features earlier fees of reckless driving, operating from police, and drug possession, WDRB reported.
Eleanor’s mom, Cheyenne Allen, advised WLKY that the toddler bumped into the motel car parking zone when her boyfriend opened the door.
“I don’t have any clue what to do I’m so f–ing misplaced proper now,” the heartbroken mom wrote on Facebook shortly after the incident.
“I by no means thought I’d really feel this ache it’s so unreal I want I can simply restart at this time once more f–okay life is so f–ing unfair.”
As of Wednesday afternoon, a GoFundMe for the toddler’s funeral bills had met its $2,000 objective.