Vehicle in death of deputy’s daughter may have been in wreck

ORANGEBURG, S.C. (AP) – Authorities say the vehicle which a woman jumped to her death from on Interstate 26 may have also been involved in an unreported crash.

Orangeburg County deputies told The Times and Democrat of Orangeburg that the silver Toyota Scion driven by 31-year-old Ebony Roddick was damaged like it hit another car from behind when it was found.

Deputies say there were no broken pieces of the vehicle found where 21-year-old Dominique Davis fell from the vehicle and was hit by an 18-wheeler and killed on Interstate 26 near the Bowman exit Monday night.

Investigators are trying to figure out where Roddick went after Davis’ death.

Roddick has been charged with failing to report Davis falling from her car.

Davis was the daughter of Richland County Sheriff’s Sgt. Latavish Ulmer.

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