A 20-year-old woman suspected of a Harding Place hit-and-run involving a mother and daughter turned herself over to police Wednesday afternoon.
The incident happened just after 9 p.m. Sept. 2 on Harding Place near Tampa Drive when Kristin Fendley, 20, allegedly struck Penny Johns, 48, and her 17-year-old daughter Victoria Johns as they walked along the side of the road.
Penny Johns is still recovering from serious leg and head injuries at Vanderbilt University Medical Center. Victoria was treated and released.
Police said someone provided information the day after the crash that led to Fendley as a suspect and that Fendley made statements to officers around the scene at the time of the crash.
Police also said a Plymouth sedan with a shattered windshield was recovered from Fendley’s residence on Electric Avenue. The windshield had fibers of hair and clothing lodged in the glass.
Fendley was charged with leaving the scene of a personal injury accident and driving on a suspended license. She has a previous conviction for driving without a license.
She is free on $12,000 bond.