Judge Sets Hit-and-Run Suspect Sally Quirk’s Bond At $63,500

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UPDATE: December 25, 2014

Brevard County Court Judge Benjamin Garagozlo set Sally Quirk’s bond at $63,500, and gave the woman who injured a teen and two of her own children during a hit-and-run crash, several stipulations in connection with her bond.

During the bond hearing Quirk asked Judge Garagozlo permission to drive to school at Eastern Florida State College, but was denied.

Benjamin Garagozlo

Benjamin Garagozlo

“You are not permitted to operate any vehicle whatsoever,” said Judge Garagozlo. “No consumption, please. You will have a scrambe device, which will detect the presence of alcohol on your person, and the GPS so we know your whereabouts.”

The Florida Highway Patrol informed the Department of Children and Families about the incident, and DGF said the children were currently in the care of other family members.

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ORIGINAL STORY:

FHP Arrests Woman For DUI After Hit-and-Run Crash

BREVARD COUNTY • MERRITT ISLAND, FLORIDA – Florida Highway Patrol Troopers arrested Sally Quirk, 32, of Rockledge on Monday night after a hit-and-run incident at the intersection of State Road 520 and Banana River Drive on Merritt Island.

Sally Quirk

Sally Quirk

According to FHP, Quirk hit 17-year-old Sharon Kirk of Cocoa Beach, and fled the scene before getting in another crash, which then injured Quirk’s daughters, ages 4 and 5, who were passengers.

The Quirk children were taken to the hospital and are expected to recover. Kirk was airlifted to Homes Regional Medical Center in serious condition.

Quirk, who registered 0.232 percent during a a blood-alcohol test, according to FHP, was charged with Child Endangerment, Driving Under the Influence, Leaving the Scene of a Crash and Running a Red Light. She is currently in the Brevard County Jail.

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ABOVE MAP: Florida Highway Patrol Troopers arrested Sally Quirk, 32, of Rockledge on Monday night after a hit-and-run incident at the intersection of State Road 520 and Banana River Drive on Merritt Island.

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