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ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

The Albany woman police say stuck and killed a pedestrian last week has been charged with vehicular homicide.

Police say 26-year old Demetria Harris struck 31-year-old Natosha McCray as she walked West Oglethorpe at Harding and carried McCray more than 800 feet on the hood of the car before she fell off.

Police say Harris then crashed into the American Tax Service building, screeched across a parking lot... broke down a fence, and slammed into a tree.

Harris was just recently released from jail after crashing while running from police in April.

Right now she's facing other charges of attempting to allude police and leaving the scene of a pedestrian fatality, both felonies.

She was released from jail Saturday on a $4400 bond.

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