Former Texas Teacher Indicted In Boy’s Hit-And-Run Death

DALLAS (March 30, 2013)--Tammy Lowe, 53, a former teacher at Adams Middle School in Grand Prairie, has been indicted for failure to stop and render aid and manslaughter in a hit- and-run accident that killed a 6-year-old boy.

She remained free on bond Saturday.

Lowe's attorney, Cameron Gray, told the Dallas Morning News that the indictment did not surprise him, but he said he hopes the district attorney will dismiss the charges once he learns all the facts.

John Raidy was crossing a street in January when a vehicle whose driver ran a red light struck him as his mother and sister watched.

Lowe turned herself in several days later after leaving a letter of resignation on the desk of the school’s principal.