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Keene woman to appear for hearing in fatal hit-and-run
The hearing is set for July 25 at 9 a.m. in Cheshire County Superior Court, according to court documents.
“Burroughs knew, or should have known, that she had just been involved in an accident which resulted in death, personal injury or damage to property,” according to the indictments.
She was arrested later that morning at the home she shared with Ioannou and her two children.
Burroughs worked for Ioannou as a waitress.
He was riding his bicycle home when the incident took place. According to the indictment, Ioannou suffered traumatic blunt force trauma including a broken leg, a skull fracture and damage to his brain.
They had been in a relationship in the past, but according to friends of Ioannou after the hit and run, the pair had just been friends for some time.
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