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A girl who allegedly struck a pedestrian along with her automobile in North Park, inflicting accidents that resulted in his loss of life practically every week later, pleaded not responsible Thursday.

Donna Jacobs, 76, faces a felony rely of hit-and-run inflicting loss of life and a misdemeanor vehicular manslaughter rely.

Jacobs is accused of hitting Stephen Debow along with her automobile round 7:15 p.m. Nov. 21, then leaving the scene.

Deputy District Lawyer Roza Egiazarian mentioned Debow was crossing Utah Road at an unmarked crosswalk when he was struck by a Hyundai Ioniq that continued down the street for about 65 ft whereas the sufferer was on the automobile’s hood.

Debow, 42, died at a hospital six days later.

Jacobs was arrested final week, however stays out of custody on $100,000 bail. Egiazarian didn’t search a rise in bail on account of her age and lack of felony historical past, however a decide in San Diego Superior Courtroom did grant a request to order Jacobs to give up her driver’s license and cease her from driving a automobile beneath any circumstances.

Jacobs must hand over her license at her subsequent courtroom look, scheduled for Dec. 18.

The hit-and-run rely carries a most potential sentence of 4 years in jail, whereas the misdemeanor manslaughter rely carries as much as one 12 months in county jail.

– Metropolis Information Service