Amy Senser was charged with felony criminal vehicular homicide in the Aug. 23 death of Anousone Phanthavong, whom she struck and killed on a I-94 ramp in Minneapolis.
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WCCO is reporting Amy Senser has been charged with felony criminal vehicular operation in a hit-and-run that killed a Roseville man. Amy is the wife of former Minnesota Viking Joe Senser.
Amy Senser charged with felony in fatal hit-and-run
The wife of former Viking Joe Senser turned herself in to authorities this morning and faces a charge for criminal vehicular operation. She says she was driving the vehicle when Anousone Phanthavong was killed.
Deliberations resume in Amy Senser case
Jurors recessed Tuesday night after more than four hours of deliberating without reaching a verdict in Amy Senser's vehicular homicide case. The jury resumed deliberations Wednesday morning. The twelve men and women are deciding whether the wife of former Viking Joe Senser knew she hit a person on a Minneapolis freeway exist ramp last August. The jurors are being sequestered until they reach a verdict.
Amy Senser jury heading into third day of deliberations
Jurors are considering three felony charges of criminal vehicular homicide against Amy Senser. There's also a misdemeanor charge of careless driving. A key point of contention is whether Senser knew she had struck a person on a highway exit ramp in Minneapolis last August.
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An accident reconstruction concludes that the wife of former Viking Joe Senser had four seconds to avoid hitting a man on the shoulder of Interstate 94. A witness also reports seeing Senser's vehicle driving erratically. Her trial on criminal vehicular charges is set to begin in April.
Amy Senser trial opens; stepdaughter to testify for prosecution
Amy Senser will testify in her own defense at her vehicular homicide trial. Her stepdaughter, though, will testify for the prosecution. In opening arguments, a prosecutor said the stepdaughter - worried that she was becoming a suspect - demanded that Amy Senser tell authorities who was driving the SUV that struck and killed a man on an I-94 exit ramp last summer. Amy Senser says she was unaware her vehicle had hit the man.
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Prosecutors contend former Viking Joe Senser admitted to the doctor that his wife, Amy, knew she had hit someone the night Anousone Phanthavong was killed along Interstate 94 in Minneapolis. Amy Senser's vehicular homicide trial is scheduled to begin on April 23.
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