Shedrica Odessa Smith Murdered Woman With Her Car

Shedrica Odessa Smith

Shedrica Odessa Smith is a woman from Detroit who was just charged in a fatal hit and run where she allegedly ran over Tiffany White with her SUV. According to police reports Shedrica Odessa Smith was watching two groups of neighbors fighting when she jumped in her SUV and looked like she was driving away however Smith would aim her SUV at a group of people. Tiffany White was able to push her child out of the way before she was fatally struck and run over. Shedrica Odessa Smith would leave the scene.

When the Detroit police arrived they found Tiffany White deceased with tire marks on her body. Shedrica Odessa Smith would be arrested and has been charged with one count of first-degree murder and one count of assault with intent to murder in connection with the hit-and-run.

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 A 31-year-old woman has been charged with murder after a mother of six was reportedly intentionally hit with a vehicle during an altercation in Detroit, officials announced Saturday.

Around 8:30 p.m. on Sunday, March 20, Detroit police say that a woman was “viciously attacked” by a driver who apparently intentionally ran over the woman amid an ongoing altercation on Manning Street, near 7 Mile Road and Hayes Street. The woman — identified as 40-year-old Tiffany Watson-Vance — was reportedly found lying in the street with tire marks around her body by responding officers, according to prosecutors.

Watson-Vance was taken to the hospital, where she died as a result of her injuries on Monday. The incident was captured on video.

Police reported that two groups of people were gathered at the location Sunday due to an ongoing argument that escalated into a fight. The driver accused of intentionally striking Watson-Vance is said to have driven away from the scene at a high rate of speed, circled the location, drove over the grass and ran into the 40-year-old woman.

“It appears that the victim was a bystander, but she was clearly in the path of the vehicle, and there was no attempt by this person of interest to avoid her,” Detroit police Chief James White said. “There was no attempt. It was direct.”

The driver then fled the scene, officials said.

On March 22, a person of interest reportedly turned herself into police and was questioned, but ultimately released. Detroit police announced Friday, March 26, that the driver accused of the fatal hit-and-run had been arrested.

The Wayne County Prosecutor’s Office on Saturday charged Shedrica Odessa Smith, 31, with one count of first-degree murder and one count of assault with intent to murder in connection with the hit-and-run. She is expected to be arraigned Saturday morning.

Officials say there was a young child near Watson-Vance who was also nearly struck by the driver amid the altercation.

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The woman wanted in connection with a fatal hit-and-run Sunday on the city’s east side has been arrested, police said.

Shedrica Odessa Smith, who police said is also known as “Shay,” was taken into custody by Detroit police officers, officials said. They said they are not releasing any further information.

On Wednesday, police said they were looking for Smith in connection with the death of Tiffany White.

White was killed when a motorist drove a vehicle into a crowd of onlookers at a neighborhood brawl about 8:30 p.m. Sunday near State Fair Avenue and Hayes, according to authorities.

They said White pushed her child out of harm’s way a split-second before she was struck by the vehicle, a 2020 gray or silver Nissan Murano with a Minnesota license plate FDY246.

Police said they believe White was one of several people who had gathered near Manning and Crusade on the city’s east side to watch a fight between two groups of neighbors, officials said.

At some point, a vehicle sped away but circled the location, driving over the grass and striking the victim, police said.

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