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News Update: Hit-and-run driver ID in fatal W. Brown Rd. crash 

by | May 22, 2024 | News

MILWAUKEE, WI – Authorities identified the name of the hit-and-run driver who had collided with 31-year-old Kimberly Robbins, who lost her life, last Wednesday on May, 15th

New details from Fox 6 Now said that the hit-and-run driver, 22-year-old Alvin Dickerson, had hit Robbins’ white Jeep when Robbin’s tried to merge into Dickerson’s lane in the area of North 95th Street and West Brown Road. Robbins and Dickerson were both supposedly speeding. After those vehicles collided, Robbins hit a tree, and her Jeep overturned and crashed into a chain-link fence near the Risen Savior Lutheran Church. 

Fire crews and paramedics were the first to arrive, pulling up to the scene an hour before officers did. Paramedics treated Dickerson for minor wounds, but Dickerson did not wait for officers to come, and he left. 

Police booked Dickerson into custody, and he admitted to driving with a valid driver’s license, knowing his privileges had been been suspended. He appeared in court on May 20th and had been charged with a “single felony count: knowingly operating while revoked, causing death.” As such, his bond was set at $5,000. 

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