Driver charged in fatal downtown hit-and-run

Charges have been filed in the deadly hit and run crash that killed an Augsburg College student early Saturday morning. According to a complaint, 27-year-old Teisha Randle of St. Paul was the driver of car traveling 90 miles an hour in downtown Minneapolis before allegedly hitting 20-year-old Austin R. Conley in a crosswalk near the corner of 3rd Street and 1st Avenue.
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Charges have been filed in the deadly hit and run crash that killed an Augsburg College student early Saturday morning, the Star Tribune reports.

According to a complaint, 27-year-old Teisha Randle of St. Paul was the driver of car traveling 90 miles an hour in downtown Minneapolis before allegedly hitting 20-year-old Austin R. Conley in a crosswalk near the corner of 3rd Street and 1st Avenue.

The Star Tribune says Randle does not have a license and told police she thought someone had thrown a rock at her windshield.

Police found Randle's car in her garage with a large crease in the hood along with a shattered windshield.

Conley was a freshman at Augsburg and aspired to work in the industry after college.

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