Hit-and-Run Case Involving Guadeloupean Fisherman Delayed Again

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Katja Geisler, implicated in a hit-and-run involving Guadeloupean fisherman William Nouy, awaits news on police evidence nearly two years after the incident.

Her recent court appearance postponed her committal to June 10, five days after the incident’s anniversary.

The incident occurred on June 5, 2022, at Falmouth Harbour Marina, where Nouy suffered severe brain injuries from being struck by Geisler’s alleged vehicle.

Geisler faces charges of dangerous driving and leaving the scene of an accident, awaiting Magistrate Dexter Wason’s decision on trial proceedings in the High Court.

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