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South Forsyth woman suspected of hit and run found peeing behind truck
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Rosa Vidal-Osorio. - photo by For the Forsyth County News

SOUTH FORSYTH -- A south Forsyth woman was arrested Thursday night after fleeing from an accident that injured one person, though she made sure to relieve herself in front of deputies before going to jail.

Rosa Vidal-Osorio, 51, another driver and his wife were involved in a collision on Atlanta Highway (Hwy. 9) near Mullinax Road about 8:30 p.m., according to a Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office incident report.

The other driver’s wife was transported to an area hospital with injuries, though the extent to which she was hurt was not immediately clear.

After calling an ambulance, a deputy reportedly asked the victim’s husband where the other driver was, and he said a “petite Hispanic female” had gotten out of her car and gone into a residence close to the accident near Midway Elementary School, the report said.

The deputy reportedly attempted to find the woman at the residence but was told by a man who answered the door that he was the only one who lived there.

The deputy found a black purse under the driver seat of the suspect’s Honda Odyssey and located a wallet, supposedly identifying the suspect as Osorio, the report said.

Behind an abandoned box truck located towards the back of the residence, the deputies found Osorio “squatting behind the vehicle with her shorts around her ankles,” the report said.

Osorio then allegedly began urinating on the ground, and, once finished, identified herself as Rosa.

Osorio said she could not speak English, but was able to tell the deputy she had three beers. The deputy then arrested Osorio for driving under the influence, hit and run, failure to yield when turning left and driving with no license.

Her bond information was not immediately clear.