(Cleveland) - Police have a 28 year old woman in custody for a deadly accident at Euclid and Coltman Avenue early Saturday morning.
Investigators claim Shamanique Bryant was intoxicated and speeding when her car rear ended a vehicle, and caused a passenger to be ejected.
Police contend Bryant was operating a 2001 Oldsmobile Alero recklessly, intoxicated and over the posted speed limit westbound on Euclid Avenue and rear ended a 2001 Chrysler 200, causing the front passenger of the Alero to be ejected onto the roadway.
Bryant then continued on Euclid Avenue away from the accident before stopping and removing the rear seat passenger of the Alero (black male, name unknown, reported to be Bryant's brother) from the vehicle.
This male had been shot in the abdomen at the Park Avenue Night Club in East Cleveland.
Bryant, who was reportedly highly intoxicated, attempted to perform CPR on this male before re-entering the Alero, driving back toward the accident, turning around and running over the female passenger who had been ejected onto the roadway.
Officers say Mattie J. Quellen Stubbs died on scene due to her injuries.
A University Circle Police officer arrived on scene first and detained Bryant for Cleveland Police Officers.
The arrested female and the male who had been shot were treated at MetroHealth Medical Center for their respective injuries.
Bryant was placed under arrest for Aggravated Vehicular Homicide and felony leaving the scene of an accident. OVI charges will be filed following test results.
The driver and two passengers of the Chrysler 200 were treated for non-life threatening injuries at MetroHealth Medical Center.
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