The driver who says he's responsible for a hit and run that killed a young woman a week ago, is expected to be charged Monday.
Elias Webb turned himself into police last week. Prosecutors plan to ask a grand jury to indict the 30 year-old on felony hit and run charges.
Prosecutors say Elias Webb admits to driving the SUV that hit and killed Lanie Krashevski last Sunday night.
The young woman had just left work for the night when she rode her bike on river road. Webb's attorneys say he did not know he hit her.
Webb works in sales for the Richmond Times-Dispatch. He's also the son of a local attorney and has been working at the paper for nearly three years.
A check of court records shows that Webb has a long history of driving infractions. An online search of court records reveals he's had 11 traffic tickets in the last four years. The tickets range from driving an uninspected vehicle to speeding and disregarding a highway sign.
He also had a reckless driving charge reduced in 2009 to improper control while driving.
The grand jury starts Monday morning at 9:00. We of course will continue to follow this story and bring you new information on air and online.
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