(Sept. 21, 2018) Michelle Sue Wiles, 41, of Boonsboro, Maryland, was arrested in connection with driving under the influence and hit-and-run Saturday night on 130th Street, according to charging documents in Maryland District Court.
Wiles is facing charges of giving a false statement to police, DUI and failing to stop after an accident, according to the report.
Around 9:46 p.m. Saturday, police answered a call about a car crash uptown, where the driver of a GMC Sierra said the driver of a Chevrolet Tahoe, later identified as Wiles, hit the back of the her car a red light at the intersection of 127th Street and Coastal Highway.
According to the report, Wiles allegedly continued driving, and the driver of the GMC followed her to the intersection of 130th Street and Assawoman Drive.
Following the collision, Wiles got out of her car, apologized to the driver to the driver of the GMC and proposed paying for damages to the vehicle, according to the police report.
The driver of the GMC then said he was going to call the police, and Wiles allegedly left the scene on foot, according to the report. Police found her at the intersection of 129th Street and Wight Street.
An officer said Wiles denied involvement in the crash, according to the report. Wiles added she had just gotten married and was trying to get home, but the driver of the GMC later identified Wiles as a suspect in the crash.
Wiles was released on her own recognizance and will appear in court Nov. 26 in Snow Hill.