Woman charged in Cleveland hit-and-run faces more traffic charges: I-Team

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CLEVELAND -The woman accused of hitting another woman with her car in Cleveland and leaving is scheduled to be in court Monday on an unrelated driving charge.

Brandi Scampitilla (Photo courtesy: Cleveland police)

Brandi Scampitilla (Photo courtesy: Cleveland police)

The FOX 8 I-Team learned Brandi Scampitilla, 24, faces several traffic charges, including driving under suspension, from an unrelated traffic stop in March of last year.

A hearing is set for 8:30 a.m. Monday in Judge Pinkey Carr's courtroom.

Scampitilla is now also facing felony counts of aggravated vehicular assault and leaving the scene of an accident stemming from a January hit-and-run crash. That case has been sent to the grand jury.

She is free on bond.

Cleveland police said 31-year-old Tina Lowe was crossing the street at Fulton Road and Clark Avenue on Jan. 19 when she was hit by a car. The driver left, but stopped at a nearby gas station and hid behind an SUV as people rushed to help Lowe, police said.

Lowe has several injuries and is recovering at home.

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Fulton Road and Clark Avenue