Pike and Rose Hit-and-Run Driver Turns Herself: Montgomery County Police

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The driver of the black Nissan involved in a hit-and-run on Thursday, October 7, 2021, turned herself in at the Montgomery County Police Department warrant trailer on Tuesday, October 12.

On the morning of October 7, at approximately 2 a.m., Montgomery County Police were called to a parking lot in the 900 block of Rose Ave. in Rockville for a hit and run involving a pedestrian.

Upon arrival, multiple witnesses stated that a black Nissan driven by a female, exited the parking lot at a high rate of speed, striking several people, including a female victim who had fallen underneath the vehicle. Witnesses claimed that the driver then drove through the gate of the parking lot, leaving the scene.

Through investigation, Montgomery County Police identified 21-year-old Natalie Nicole Quiroz of Brunswick, MD as the driver of the black Nissan. Quiroz has been charged with first-degree assault, reckless driving, failure to use due care to avoid pedestrian collision, failure to stop at scene involving bodily injury, failure to remain on scene, and other traffic-related charges.

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Straight shootin Steve

Yeah so from what I’m gathering. She was jumped and chased into the parking deck where she parked. When she got to her car after taking a massive crowd beating…. She found all her tires were slashed. You can see clear in the video she had flat tires. They did not slash them after she hit some one. She got into her car for safety because the crowd was closing in. She chose to drive through the crowd she thought was going to kill her in a drunken rage. I would have done the exact same thing. Run them all over. She had every reason to believe her life was at risk. And to those that think she should have called the police. I challenge you to or food. Then call the police and see which reaches you first…. HINT it won’t be the police!


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