Police investigate deadly hit-and-run at baseball game in Maine

Courtesy of Sanford Police Department  Carol Sharrow

Video taken by a game attendee showed people running for safety as the auto erratically traveled around the field during the ballgame.

In a Facebook post, the Sanford Maine Little League wrote: "We want to share our heartfelt gratitude that physically all of our players from Babe Ruth and Little League are safe".

Authorities say at least one witness captured cellphone video footage of the aftermath of the incident.

A man who five years ago confessed he was responsible for the 1968 hit-and-run death of a 4-year-old girl in Fulton was run over and killed Friday night in ME, according to police and media reports.

Witnesses say the driver entered through a gate near Goodall Field at around 5:00 p.m. He said she will likely be arraigned Monday morning in York County Superior Court, but it also could be in Biddeford.

After the grisly scene unfolded on Friday night, officials from the Sanford Little League said on the group's Facebook page that Parkhurst had died while protecting others.

Sharrow was arrested and charged with manslaughter. Gagne said, "so the stands were full".

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Police say there is no connection between Parkhurst and Sharrow.

Jones said Parkhurst's family revealed he had a hit-and-run fatality in his past.

Douglas Parkhurst, 68, who was killed Friday, had in 2013 confessed to killing a child in a hit-and-run case in 1968, a report said. "While passing through Fulton, Parkhurst confirmed he hit something, stating he believed at the time it was an animal, but now knows it was Carolee Ashby".

He did not confess until 2013, which was past the statute of limitations, so no charges could be filed.

"During these interviews, Parkhurst admitted to consuming alcohol prior to driving through the City of Fulton on October 31, 1968", read a statement from the Fulton Police Department, quoted by Oswego County Today.

Anyone with information about the incident is urged to call Sanford police at 207-324-9170, ext. 1.

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