San Antonio student, 18, critically injures jogger while driving 30 mph over speed limit: Sheriff

The jogger suffered a traumatic brain injury

By Kolten Parker - Digital Executive Producer, Deven Clarke - Crime and Justice Reporter, Ken Huizar - Photojournalist

SAN ANTONIO - An 18-year-old high school student was arrested at school Friday on an aggravated assault with a deadly weapon charge following an investigation into a pedestrian struck by a vehicle last month.

The white Nissan sedan Halle Renee Golobay was driving allegedly struck a jogger as it rolled off the road after she lost control on July 1, authorities with the Bexar County Sheriff's Office said.

Investigators said Golobay was driving 74 mph in a 40 mph speed-limit zone near TPC Parkway and Waterhole Lane on the far North Side.

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The pedestrian was critically injured and transported via AirLife to the hospital. Golobay was also treated for minor injuries. The jogger suffered a traumatic brain injury and has since been released from the hospital, officials said.

Golobay was a student at Johnson High School in NEISD, officials said. She was booked into the Bexar County Jail on the felony charge on Friday.

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