Woman accused of fatal hit-and-run at ballfield due in court

Brave’ man killed saving kids from driver confessed to 1968 hit-and-run

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- A terrifying video caught a woman driving onto a Little League ball field in ME, killing a man whose swift actions saved children. Sharrow is accused of driving onto the field during a baseball game in Sanford, killing Douglas Parkhurst, a West Newfield, Maine, on Friday, June 1, 2018. Parkhurst himself confessed to a deadly hit-and-run in 2013, bringing some answers but little solace to the family of Carolee Ashby, a 4-year-old killed on October 31, 1968, as she walked to a store in Fulton, New York, with her then 15-year-old sister to buy birthday candles for the teenager's cake.

Carolee's father and brother died before Parkhurst confessed in 2013 and her mother, Marlene Ashby, died a year ago. Fifty years ago, Parkhurst was on the other side of the situation: he killed a young girl in a hit-and-run, and didn't confess until 2013 when the statute of limitations ran out and he could no longer be prosecuted. The teen's mother, Lisa Thibodeau, said she watched a grisly scene unfold from the stands as Sharrow repeatedly rammed a set of closed gates to get out of the ballpark before setting her sights on another gate, where she fatally struck Parkhurst. Now I am relieved. I truly am. The same thing that happened to my sister happened to him. She went to buy candles for her cake with her little sister and cousin.

Sharrow has two previous drunken driving convictions in ME and New Hampshire, according to Sanford police Det. Authorities declined to say whether alcohol was involved on Friday. Parkhurst died on his way to the hospital shortly after he was struck last week. "Now it is time to move on". Acting on the tip, Fulton Police Sgt. Stephen Lunn and Investigator Michael Batstone began reviewing hundreds of pages of reports. When showed a picture of his Buick Special, Parkhurst said he did not know if he was driving it at the time.

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Parkhurst told police on the night of the hit-and-run that he hit a guard post, but admitted in the confession that was a lie.

Police had followed hundreds of leads over the years as they looked for the person responsible for Carolee's death. "It sounded like I hit a dog", Parkhurst wrote. Parkhurst went off to Vietnam, and the case was forgotten when he returned.

In 2012, after Johnson had retired from law enforcement, he wrote a post on Facebook about the unsolved 1968 homicide. His brother Lenny was passed out in the back seat.

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"That did not happen, but I don't know why the police never challenged me on this", he wrote. Maine State Police and the Sanford Police Department are continuing to investigate the incident. He didn't remember hitting the brakes, and then left Fulton.

"I saw the vehicle pull out of the gate right over there and this guy had some kids with him", Justin Cliffton, who had been playing basketball nearby when the deadly incident occurred, told News Center Maine.

"I know my mom would have been grateful that children were saved", McCann told the Portland Press Herald.

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Even though there was no apology, McCann hopes that one day she can forgive Parkhurst for what he did.

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