The woman accused of hitting and killing a grandmother and 5-year-old child is now being charged for driving under the influence and other related charges.
22-year-old Callie Noble Schwarzman was arrested on Tuesday night for violating a previous drunk driving offense in Carroll County back in June of 2017. Investigators additionally obtained a warrant for her arrest on Wednesday morning for DUI and vehicular homicide charges related to the deaths of 60-year-old Deborah Limmer and 5-year-old Delaney Gaddis.
On Monday, Limmer was walking her granddaughter in a stroller on the sidewalk when Schwarzman swerved off Treherne Road and hit them, according to police. During the course of the initial investigation, police found evidence of alcohol and controlled dangerous substances.
Schwarzman was taken to the hospital after the crash and consented to a blood test for analysis. Police say those results are still pending.
After consulting with the Assistant State's Attorney's Office for Baltimore County, Schwarzman was charged with the following offenses:
- Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol
- Driving While Impaired by Alcohol
- Driving While so far Impaired by Drugs/ Drugs & Alcohol Cannot Drive Safely
- Driving While Impaired by Controlled Dangerous Substance (CDS)
- Negligent Manslaughter by Automobile (two counts)
- Homicide by Motor Vehicle While Impaired by Alcohol (two counts)
- Homicide by Motor Vehicle While Impaired by Drugs (two counts)
- Homicide by Motor Vehicle While Impaired by CDS (two counts)