No Charges for Officer in Auto-Pedestrian Accident
HARLINGEN – A Harlingen police officer involved in an auto-pedestrian accident will not face charges.
The officer allegedly struck a 64-year-old woman Monday night. She’s still recovering from her injuries.
According to a Harlingen Police Department spokesperson, the officer will remain on the job after an internal review.
A witness who also crossed the road with the victim faces a possible charge for falsely identifying herself.
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