Woman arrested in hit and run accident of Nachman and Raizy GlauberBy Mason White 3:58 PM March 4, 2013
By: Debbie Gross
(Scroll down for video) Police have arrested a woman who is the owner of the BMW, which caused the tragic accident which killed Nachman and Raizy Glauber.
29-year-old Takia Walker, was arrested after her car was involved in the hit and run accident. Walker owned the BMW which was involved in the fatal accident, but she was not driving, according to police.
Walker, who lives in the Bronx, was not in the car at the time of the accident. She was arrested on charges of insurance fraud. She is accused of allowing a third party who was not listed on her car insurance policy to drive her car.
So far, Walker has not given up the driver’s name and authorities are still looking for the driver.
Isaac Abraham, a spokesperson for the Satmar community released a statement warning the driver to turn him/herself in to police.
“Turn yourself in to police before we find you!” Abraham said.
The Williamsburg Brooklyn community is determined to get justice for the three innocent lives taken by the hit and run driver.
The livery cab driver, 32-year-old Pedro Nunez survived the crash.
“The only reason someone fleeing the scene of a crime is because they have done something wrong,” Fernando Mateo, President of the New York State Federation of Taxi Drivers, said.
We will never know if drugs or alcohol was involved in the fatal accident since the driver and the passenger of the BMW fled the scene.
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