A 44-year-old Berlin woman was driving in January with a suspended license — one of 52 penalties in her troubled driving history— when she allegedly fled after striking two pedestrians on a Voorhees road.


Earlier this month, a Mount Ephraim man who allegedly drove off after fatally striking a 67-year-old woman on the Black Horse Pike in Haddon Township hadn’t had a valid license in more than two decades. Timothy Polijczuk’s license had been suspended 58 times since 1980, and he never attempted to restore it after 1989, according to the state Motor Vehicle Commission.