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Hit-and-run driver charged

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From Post staff reports

The Tennessee Highway Patrol has arrested a Sumner County woman on a variety of charges relating to a hit-and-run incident Wednesday afternoon on the Hartsville Pike.

Tina Jobe, 32, of Gallatin was taken into custody and booked into the Wilson County Jail late Thursday.

According to Mike Browning with the Tennessee Department of Safety, Jobe is charged with driving on a suspended license, leaving the scene of an accident, failure to give notice of an accident and no insurance.

Jobe was believed to be at the wheel of a 1991 green Honda Accord that struck and seriously injured Terry Randall Tittle, 48.

Tittle’s 1990 Honda Trail motorcycle was reportedly headed southbound on Hartsville Pike when he slowed to turn left on Taylorsville Road. It was at this point his motorcycle was struck by the Accord.

Mr. Tittle was LifeFlighted to Vanderbilt University Medical Center where he remains on life support.

The Accord was found ditched in a parking area behind Walter J. Baird Middle School in Lebanon.

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