‘I need to take my kids to school’: ‘Panicked’ Dodge Charger driver still had ‘brain matter’ under her car 2 days after high school senior’s hit-and-run death, cops allege

Eva Marin, Cedric McCombs III

Eva Marin (left) in a Marion County Jail mug shot; Cedric McCombs III (GoFundMe)

Two days after an Indianapolis, Indiana, woman is accused of leaving the scene of a deadly hit-and-run, telling a witness “I need to take my kids to school,” she apparently took the same route, was stopped by police, and authorities then found “brain matter” underneath her Dodge Charger, court documents allege.

The case against 40-year-old Eva Marin stems from an incident on Nov. 28, 2023, a collision that the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department said cost 18-year-old Cedric “Poppi” McCombs III his life as he walked around 6 a.m. “near the north bike lane of Southeastern Avenue.”

Authorities said that Zachary Rutherford, a witness who called 911 that morning, saw a black Dodge Charger with its hazards lights flashing on the side of the road and a woman who “looked like she’d been crying” next to McCombs’ body.

“I hope that’s not what I think it is,” the woman said, according to the witness who tried to save McCombs.

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