That cellphone video shows a vehicle driving around the infield as onlookers scream for the person to get off the field. The driver came into the park by the main gate and drove onto the field, according to a media release issued Saturday morning by the Sanford Police Department. According to WGME-TV, the hit-and-run happened during a youth baseball game, and there were children on the field at the time of the incident. The auto then struck a closed gate and sped toward the open main gate.
That driver, 51-year-old Carol Sharrow of Sanford, is in custody - and faces a preliminary charge of manslaughter, police said.
Sixty-eight-year-old West Newfield resident Douglas Parkhurst was hit. Police found and arrested Sharrow, who was taken to York County Jail.
Bystanders and ballplayers scattered to avoid the vehicle as it drove erratically on the ballfield, police said.
One witness said he was playing basketball as the incident the unfolded.
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Sanford police Detective Sgt. Matthew Jones said Sharrow has a drunken driving conviction in ME and an aggravated drunk driving conviction in New Hampshire, the Portland Press Herald reported.
The Sanford Little League posted a message to the community on their Facebook page. Gagne said, "so the stands were full".
Anyone with information about the incident is urged to call Sanford police at 207-324-9170 ext. 1.
Police say there is no connection between Parkhurst and Sharrow. Clifton said he rushed over to Parkhurst and "it did not look good". The witness said she was asked to say she was with Parkhurst and his brother on Halloween night.
Parkhurst walked into the police station in 2013 after two interviews by the investigators and confessed, the archives show.