A Fort Mill woman was struck from behind by a hit & run driver last week on Highway 160, but a Good Samaritan chased the suspect to Rock Hill and helped lead to her arrest.

   Jenevie Spooner, 39, of Graybeard Avenue, Charlotte (pictured), was charged with hit & run in last Thursday’s wreck at the intersection of U.S. 21 and SC 160, according to Fort Mill police.

The victim said she was stopped at the red light when a yellow Mustang rear-ended her vehicle. Spooner then drove around her vehicle and fled, according to a Fort Mill police report. 

   Luckily, a Good Samaritan by the name of Sha’kon Looper of Rock Hill, followed the 2018 Mustang into Rock Hill and notified police over the phone. A York County deputy found the suspect on Anderson Road and stopped her.

   Spooner was then placed under arrest and booked at police headquarters. A police report does not mention the condition of the victim or whether she went to the hospital.

Here are other arrests by Fort Mill Police of suspects who were not transferred to the York County Detention Center:

• Ismael Torres of Indian Land, was charged Feb. 13 of driving under suspension, uninsured motor vehicle, operating unregistered vehicle and operating vehicle with no license.

• Elizabeth Gasaway, of Fort Mill, was charged March 16 with DUI.

• Cameron McCoy, of Charlotte, was charged March 17 with DUI and minor in possession of alcohol.

• Jeffrey Larremore, of Rock Hill, was charged March 17 with DUI.