Abilene woman indicted in deadly hit-and-run

ABILENE, Texas - The suspect in the July hit-and-run that left an Abilene woman dead was indicted Thursday.

Teresa Ann Dominy, 64, was indicted on the charge of accident involving death.

Court documents state that Dominy's SUV struck and killed 55-year-old Robin Caldwell, who was walking in the 600 block of East Stamford Street (I-20 service road) just after midnight on Friday, July 14.

Part of her SUV's grill was found at the scene.


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Dominy's SUV was later found abandoned on Miller Road near the intersection of Potosi Road in southern Taylor County.

Court documents state Dominy admitted she had struck something, "but thought it was either a barrel or a dog."

She told police she didn't call 911 because she didn't have her cellphone, but court documents state that investigators believe she had a phone at the time of the accident.

She was booked into the Taylor County Jail on July 19 and released the same day on a $15,000 bond.

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