Brighton woman found not guilty of murder in Brighton hit and run
BRIGHTON, N.Y. (WHEC) — The woman accused of hitting a killing a man in Brighton back in February has been found not guilty of murder.
Police say Angelina Griffin hit Omar Coker with her car on Highland Avenue.
They initially believed she did it in retaliation for a robbery that happened just moments beforehand.
Griffin did drive off after hitting Coker and she was found guilty of leaving the scene because of that.