Nov 24, 2015 12:50 PM
HAMPTON – WMUR reporter Audrey Cox, who police said hit a 79-year-old woman while driving under the influence in September was indicted Tuesday.
Cox was charged with two counts of aggravated driving or operating under the influence of liquor and one count of reckless conduct.
Cox, 52, waived her arraignment in Seabrook District Court and pleaded not guilty to the charges in October.
Police said Cox struck Sandra Dary, who was in the breakdown lane walking her dog.
Dary was taken to Exeter Hospital and later released.
Cox was working on part-time as a WMUR reporter and is currently on leave pending the outcome of the case.
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