Women sought in hit-and-run crash now in police custody

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Above: Felicia Moss (left) and Nikia Acuff (right)

INDIANAPOLIS – Two “persons of interest” in a fatal hit-and-run crash are in police custody.

According to attorney Bob Turner, who’s representing Nikia Acuff, his client turned herself in Tuesday. Felicia Moss was taken into custody Monday, according to police records.

Police wanted to talk to the two women about the Sept. 17 hit-and-run crash that killed 59-year-old Michael Robertson. Robertson was critically hurt in the crash and later died from his injuries.

A day later, police found a car—a 1998 green Chevrolet Malibu—connected to the crash. That car is registered to Moss, police said.

Witnesses told police they saw Moss and Acuff chasing another car, side-by-side on the street. It started as a fight at work that quickly escalated on the road. The driver was reportedly trying to hit the car with a baseball bat, but drove into Robertson instead.

Michael Robertson

Michael Robertson