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Man Charged in Fatal Dartmouth Hit-and-Run



    Man Charged in Deadly Dartmouth Hit-and-Run

    Nate Vieira is accused of hitting and killing Stasha Lynn Faria in Dartmouth, Massachusetts, before fleeing the scene.

    (Published Tuesday, March 6, 2018)

    Authorities confirm an arrest has been made in connection with a fatal hit-and-run over the weekend in Dartmouth, Massachusetts.

    Authorities confirm 58-year-old Nate Vieira, a native of Riverside, California, who has been living in Westport, Massachusetts, had been charged in the crash that killed 33-year-old Stasha Lynn Faria Saturday night o State Road.

    Police were led to Vieira after posting a plea for help on social media, hoping to locate a 2007 gray Chevrolet Uplander with front-end damage. A tip came in that the vehicle had been brought to an auto body shop.

    the car parts left at the scene of the crash and damage to the minivan were critical evidence for police.

    Mother Speaks Out After Deadly Dartmouth Hit-and-Run

    [NECN] Mother Speaks Out After Deadly Dartmouth Hit-and-Run

    In Dartmouth, Massachusetts, a mother is speaking out after her daughter was hit and killed.

    (Published Monday, March 5, 2018)

    "It had damage consistent with a front headlight being misplaced, as well as other damage to that car," said Bristol County Assistant District Attorney Matthew Sylvia.

    Vieira was arraigned Tuesday afternoon in New Bedford District Court. Charges against him include leaving the scene of a crash causing personal injury and death, unlicensed operation and driving an unregistered vehicle.

    Monday, Faria's mother told NBC10 Boston on Monday that her daughter deserved better.

    "Somebody could have stopped, and maybe she would have lived. There's a possibility she could have lived," her mother, who did not wish to appear on camera, said.

    Faria was hit near the motel where she had been staying with her boyfriend.

    "When you leave her on the side of the road, without even a care," her mother said, "I don't know if I'll ever forgive that."

    Woman, 93, Rescued From Camp Fire by Her Garbageman

    [NATL] Woman, 93, Rescued From Camp Fire by Her Garbageman

    Margaret Newsum, 93, had no idea that the Camp Fire was rapidly approaching her Magalia home until her caretaker left for the day and she turned on the television. She was quickly rescued by her friend Dane Ray Cummings, who decided to break company policy and rescue Newsum with his Waste Management truck. KCRA reports.

    (Published Tuesday, Nov. 13, 2018)

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