Officials Seeking Grandmother After She Reportedly Killed Her Toddler Granddaughter In Hit-and-Run

Jeffersonville Police

Kentucky officials are looking for an

“armed and dangerous”

woman who reportedly murdered her young granddaughter in a hit-and-run that occurred last week, according to the New York Post. 51-year-old Lisa Tesch hit her granddaughter who was merely 18 months old. According to WRTV, the young girl, Eleanor Campbell, was struck at Motel 6 by a white Chevy Trailblazer on June 16. 

WLKY reported that footage shows the grandmother escaping the scene. The girl was transported to the hospital where, sadly, she was later declared deceased. Jeffersonville authorities alerted the community to be on the lookout for a white Chevy.

Teach has a criminal history as she’s faced previous charges such as drug possession, running from police, and more, according to WDRB.

Cheyenne Allen, Eleanor’s mother, informed WLKY that the young girl ran into the hotel parking lot after “her boyfriend opened the door,” reports the New York Post. 

Allen said on Facebook, “I don’t have any clue what to do I’m so f–ing lost right now… I never thought I’d feel this pain it’s so unreal I wish I can just restart today all over again f–k life is so f–ing unfair.”

#Clique, what are your thoughts? 

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