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UPDATE: Ft. Stewart Soldier Arrested After Incident Involving Hinesville PD

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Hinesville Police say Fort Stewart soldier Danyelle Cormaney has been arrested and charged in connection to a hit and run involving a Hinesville Police Officer.

Hinesville Police Traffic Investigator Les Patton tells WSAV that Cormaney turned herself into police on Thursday morning. She has been charged with DUI, serious injury by vehicle, hit and run and failure to yield to the right of way. She appeared before a magistrate judge on Thursday morning and is being held on a $10,000 bond.

The incident happening last week, when police say Cormaney made a left turn onto E.G Miles Parkway while officer Joshua Heath was crossing the intersection on his motorcycle.

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A Hinesville police officer was injured Friday morning as he rode his motorcycle and now a Fort Stewart soldier is charged with DUI, according to authorities.

Lt. Bill Kirkendall with the Hinesville Traffic unit says Officer Joshua Heath, who had finished his shift, was on his way home when the accident happened around 1:30 a.m. at the intersection of General Screven Way and Hendry Street.

The female driver, identified as Danyelle Cormaney, fled the scene and was later found and arrested on Fort Stewart, according to Kirkendall.

Authorities say she is an active duty member assigned to the installation.  

Heath was transported to Memorial Health University Medical Center in Savannah and treated for a fractured ankle and wrist and released.
 
Cormaney is charged with DUI, Driving without Insurance, Failure to Yield Right of Way and Fleeing the Scene of an Accident.

She was released to military custody. 
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