Woman accused of running over pedestrian several times

Law & Order. A 22-year-old stands accused of repeatedly running over someone in a strip club parking lot last Sunday. The driver now faces numerous charges including assault by auto, CDS possession, false statements, and failure to report an accident.

Byram /
04 Nov 2019 | 01:33

    A Pompton Lakes woman was arrested and stands accused of repeatedly running over a pedestrian in a strip club parking lot last week, before leaving the scene.

    Jacqueline Lowe, 22, was arrested shortly before 2 a.m. last Sunday by Byram Police, then transferred to Andover Police. She was due in court on Nov. 7, 2019.

    Witnesses gave police the license plate number of a Hyundai Sonata in the parking lot of The Bare Den, a Route 206 strip club. for a report of a person struck by a vehicle in the parking lot, police stated.

    Byram police spotted the car and pulled the driver over on Route 206. The driver had outstanding warrants and a suspended driver's license and gave police false information.

    Police stated the odor of alcohol was detected and stated that Lowe was in possession of marijuana. Byram police charged her.

    Police stated that the victim, who was airlifted to Morristown Medical Center, is in stable condition. Police stated that they determined Lowe had run over the victim several times.

    Charges by Andover Township Police include; Driving while intoxicated, reckless driving, leaving the scene of an accident, second-degree aggravated assault, third-degree assault by auto, third-degree possession of a weapon for an unlawful purpose and fourth-degree possession of a weapon, and failure to report an accident.

    In Byram, Lowe was charged with operating a vehicle while suspended, driving while intoxicated, possession of a controlled dangerous substance in a motor vehicle, possession of under 50 grams of marijuana, hindering apprehension by false statements to law enforcement.

    The Sussex County Prosecutor, St. Clare’s Hospital EMS, Lakeland First Aid Squad, Atlantic Health System medical, and the Andover Fire Department assisted.