Amanda J. Boyd, 29, of Nottingham, was cited for failing to drive at a safe speed following the investigation of a fatal pedestrian collision on W. 4th St. before dawn on February 28, Quarryville police said.
Boyd's car hit David Hess, 66, of Quarryville, as he was crossing the street at 5:57 a.m. Hess was pronounced dead at the scene.
Boyd was cited for the traffic violation. She will not face other charges, borough police said.
In a posting on Lancaster County Crime Watch, Police Chief Clark Bearinger said the lengthy investigation found no evidence of reckless driving or use of a cell phone at the time of the collision.
State police also reported the following incidents in the Southern End:
COLLISION - State police are looking for the driver whose vehicle turned onto Noble Rd. from Highland Rd. on July 28 and hit a stop sign and a utility pole, Trooper Dennis Castellano said. The vehicle fled the scene of the 6:07 p.m. collision without stopping, the trooper said.
VANDALISM - Someone damaged the mailbox and trash cans at 254 Maple Shade Rd. at about 6:30 p.m. on August 3, Trooper Michael Schatzmann reported. The items may have been hit by a vehicle, the trooper said. Damage to the mailbox was estimated at $100.
COLLISION - There were no injuries when a farm tractor backed into a car at the intersection of Street Rd. and Puseyville Rd. at 11:11 a.m. on July 9, Trooper Joseph Chupick reported.
According to the trooper, Mckinzie L Wilson, 19, of Kirkwood, was stopped on Street Rd. and the farm tractor was in front of her. The tractor tried to turn left onto Puseyville Rd., could not make the corner, and backed up into Wilson's Volkswagen. The trooper did not identify the tractor's driver.
THEFT - Someone stole a green wagon from 1119 Scalpy Hollow Rd. on August 5, Trooper Joseph Chupick reported. The two-wheel wagon is designed to be pulled by a four-wheeler. The wagon is worth $500.
ASSAULT - A 21-year-old man from Quarryville was seriously injured in an assault during the early morning hours of August 4, Trooper Ryan Wildermuth reported.
According to the trooper, the assault occurred shortly before the victim was dropped off on Holtwood Rd. (Rt. 372) at 3:45 a.m. The victim lost teeth in the assault, the trooper said.
VANDALISM - A firecracker was found in the mailbox at 1871 Susquehannock Dr. on the morning of August 9, Trooper Trevor Gauntlett reported.
The firecracker had apparently been placed in the mailbox the night before. The fuse had burned, but the firecracker did not ignite, the trooper said. There was no damage.
THEFT - Someone stole a purple scooter from the area of 101 Arcadia Trace Rd. between 10:30 and 11:30 a.m. on August 7, Trooper Brian Olszewsik reported. The missing scooter, which has a basket on the front, is worth $200.
COLLISION - Jacob M. White, 21, of Holtwood, sustained minor injuries in a one-car collision on Holtwood Rd. (Rt. 372) east of Old River Rd. at 2:16 a.m. on August 3, Trooper Ryan Wildermuth reported.
According to the trooper, White was driving east on Holtwood Rd. when he fell asleep at the wheel. His Honda Civic crossed the road, hit a mailbox and wooden post, ran down an embankment, and spun around.
White did not go to a hospital and was cited for the collision, the trooper said.
LOST - A license plate fell off a trailer traveling from one job site to another on August 1, Trooper Michael Schatzmann reported.
COLLISION - Two people were hurt when cars collided at the intersection of Georgetown Rd. (Rt. 896) and White Oak Rd. at 6:03 p.m. on August 9, Trooper Evan Buehrer reported.
Dustin M. Wenger, 33, of Glenmoore and his passenger, Ryan S. Boll, 33, also of Glenmoore, were taken to Lancaster General Hospital for treatment of minor injuries. The driver of the other car, Gabrielle C. Sheets, 18, of Quarryville, was not hurt. Wenger was cited for a stop sign violation, the trooper said.
DUI - Jeffrey Shonk, 43, of Quarryville, was charged with driving under the influence of drugs following a one-vehicle collision in front of 5485 Lincoln HIghway at 6;53 p.m. on July 14, Trooper Anthony Urban reported.