(ICYMI) Dewey Green Convicted of Murder in Fatal Traffic Encounter - Patch.com

A Douglas County jury has convicted an Alabama of murder for running over and killing a Douglasville grandmother in a strange traffic encounter last year. Dewey Calhoun Green, 24, of Birmingham, was found guilty Friday of malice murder in the June 2014 death of Janice Pitts, 53, on Ga. Highway 5 near Interstate 20, according to news reports. Man Accused of Running Over Douglasville Grandmother Green was accused of running over Pitts for no apparent reason. He allegedly rammed into Pitts’ vehicle several times, pinned her against her vehicle and then backed over her. Douglasville Police said at the time that the incident occurred around 2:15 p. m. Wednesday, June 25, between the Walgreen’s and Waffle House on Highway 5, involving a red Lincoln Navigator driven by Pitts and a black Chevrolet Silverado driven by... According to media reports after the incident, Pitts was on her way to a Lowe’s nearby and was turning left from Highway 5 onto Douglas Boulevard when Green rear-ended her car three times, backing up before the second and third collisions. Police said when Pitts got out to check damage, Green pinned her between the two cars, then backed over her. Source: patch.com