DC judge drops murder charge against woman who allegedly stole car with passenger inside and crashed it; passenger later died

DC judge drops murder charge against woman who allegedly stole car with passenger inside and crashed it; passenger later died


A woman is dead after a female suspect allegedly stole the car in which the woman was sitting and crashed it into a federal building in Washington, D.C.

At around 12:15 p.m., 55-year-old Leslie Marie Gaines was finishing up a physical therapy session at MedStar National Rehabilitation Hospital near the campus of Howard University in Washington, D.C. Gaines’ daughter was then going to drive her home, but Gaines suddenly experienced blurry vision and problems with her legs.

‘She didn’t harm nobody. Never had an enemy. You couldn’t find a better person.’

First responders determined that Gaines had not suffered a stroke and that her vital signs were normal except for some elevated blood-sugar levels. They offered to take Gaines to the emergency room entrance in an ambulance, but

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