Litttleford testified yesterday in her trial related to the Nancy Pettigrew crash.
Littleford testified that she was coming back from a friend’s home that morning when something seemed to strike her vehicle, so she pulled over and looked out her window.
When she did not see anything, she resumed driving, Littleford testified. She said she stopped once more because her SUV was stalling, but she never got out of the vehicle or called 911. She said she knew that she had been in a crash, but she did not know with what. “I didn’t see anything,” she said.
But the jury was not convinced and it didn't take them long to reach a verdict
After deliberating for about 90 minutes, jurors in Prince George’s County Circuit Court convicted Littleford of the four most serious charges. They found her not guilty of a minor traffic charge for failing to control her speed at the time of the crash.
Littleford was found guilty of: Failure to remain at the scene of an accident that resulted in bodily harm; failure to remain at the scene of an accident that resulted in death; failure to render assistance and negligent driving. She was found not guilty of failure to control her speed to avoid a collision
Littleford is scheduled to be sentenced in August and could face up to ten years in prison.