CLEVELAND -- A woman charged with allegedly running over a woman who had been ejected from her car during a crash faced a judge this morning.
Shamanique Bryant is charged with aggravated vehicular homicide and leaving the scene of an accident.
The judge set bond for Bryant at $500,000. She has pleaded not guilty to charges.
Police say Bryant was westbound on Euclid Avenue around 3 a.m. on December 7 when she collided with another vehicle at East 118th Street.
The impact threw Bryant's passenger, Mattie Stubbs, 24, onto the road.
According to police, after the crash Bryant continued on Euclid Avenue away from the scene before stopping and removing the rear seat passenger from the vehicle. The rear seat passenger had reportedly been shot at a nightclub and may have been a relative of Bryant's. That passenger is currently being treated at Metro.
After attempting to perform CPR on the backseat passenger, police say Bryant drove back towards the crash scene and ran over Stubbs in the process.
Stubbs died at the scene from her injuries.