Hit-And-Run Trial Focuses On Damage To Windshield Of Suspect’s
Damage to Sally Gould's windshield appeared to be consistent with hitting an animal or person, a windshield repair technician testified Wednesday.
The Berkshire Eagle reports that a quality control manager for Safe-lite Auto Glass said the damage did not appear to be caused by a rock, as Gould told police.
His testimony in Berkshire Superior Court took place on the second day of the trial of Gould and her husband, John Gould, in a February 9th, 2016, hit-and-run that left Cheryl LeClaire in a coma.
73 year old Sally Gould is accused of striking the 54 year old LeClaire and then leaving the scene. The couple from Williamstown is accused of giving false information to investigators about the damage to the car and about sally Gould's involvement.