Beaver County woman arrested in Hanover for allegedly hitting woman with a vehicle

A Beaver County woman was arrested Monday night by Hanover Township police on charges including aggravated assault by vehicle after she allegedly used her vehicle to strike her boyfriend's former wife in the parking lot of Key Bank Pavilion.

A Beaver County woman was arrested Monday night by Hanover Township police after striking her boyfriend’s ex-wife with her vehicle in the parking lot of Key Bank Pavilion.

Krystal Jade Romine, 25, of Monaca, is accused of hitting 28-year-old Brianna Hall of New Brighton as she was heading to the Nickelback concert.

Police were called about 7 p.m. for a report of a crash involving a pedestrian. Police said Hall was alert, but in a lot of pain. She was taken to Weirton (W.Va.) Medical Center for treatment of a head injury, broken elbow and bruising to her arm, face and stomach.

Hall told police she just arrived and was walking to the concert venue when a white vehicle came toward the grass parking lot and struck her from behind, knocking her to the ground. When Hall got up, she was able to identify Romine as the driver. She told police Romine yelled at her before fleeing the scene. Police did not indicate in court documents where Romine was taken into custody.

Romine was arraigned before District Judge Jay Weller on charges of aggravated assault be motor vehicle, failure to stop and render aid, failure to notify police of an accident, accidents involving personal injury, careless driving and reckless driving. She was released from Washington County jail after posting $10,000 bond. A preliminary hearing is scheduled for Aug. 21 before District Judge Gary Havelka.