by: Scott Madaus Updated: Sep 28, 2017 – 6:52 PM
MEMPHIS, Tenn. – Nearly 2 years ago, 51-year-old Thomas Bosi was found dead in a grassy area near Austin Peay and New Covington Pike.
Locals still remember the case.
“Yeah it was a while back,” said Ben Jones.
Nearly 2 years later, the woman investigators believe was responsible was indicted.
48-year-old Terri Hollingsworth faces charges that include vehicular homicide involving intoxication, leaving the scene of an accident involving death and driving under the influence of alcohol and marijuana.
“There’s a lot of drunk drivers out here now,” Jones said.
Investigators said Hollingsworth did not stop after allegedly hitting Bosi
A short time later, the SUV she was driving rear-ended another vehicle.
The DA’s office said Hollingsworth did not stop until a witness blocked her SUV after going the wrong way on Singleton Parkway.
After 2 years and the loss of one life, the case moves forward through the justice system.
“If you look, there’s really no justice for losing a life, but at least they’re doing something to make it better