Man without driver's license for 13 years is arrested for hit-and-run
A driver under arrest in Wednewsday hit-and-run that killed pedestrian in St. Paul
hasn't had valid driver's license since 1995, reports The Pioneer Press.
Terrance Leonard Oliver, 45, has been caught without a license at least a dozen times since 1995, according to state driving records.
The woman that was killed in the hit-and-run was identified as Margret "Peggy" Prowse, 59, said police.
Her family released a statement, "She was a very kind-hearted, generous person."
Prowse and Oliver lived about a block apart from each other.
Oliver hit Prowse as she was crossing University Avenue, east of Fairview Avenue at 7:40 a.m. Wednesday, said police.
Oliver then fled the scene, but tips from the public led to his arrest.