Charlotte's first tag and bag happened just before 2 p.m. Monday along the Plaza, just north of Central Avenue in east Charlotte.
The investigation by CMPD Homicide and Major Crash detectives determined 32-year-old Jason Mosley was driving a vehicle and intentionally struck a 26-year-old pedestrian, Kendra Bagwell, who died from her injuries caused by the crash. Mosley has been charged with murder.
When officers arrived at the scene they found two people who had been hit by a 2015 Kia Soul. MEDIC took both victims to the hospital with serious injuries. One of the victims, Kendra Bagwell, died shortly after arriving at the hospital. The second person remains in critical condition, according to CMPD.
In addition to the murder charge, Mosley has also been charged with murder, assault with a deadly weapon inflicting serious injuries and driving while impaired.
Mosley is a career violent felon who has an extensive arrest record. In 2017, he was arrested after police said he and another suspect shoved a woman to the ground at the Arboretum, stole her car keys and then led them on a chase to South Carolina.
The system is broken, Mosley should have been permanently incarcerated but liberal judges and lax prosecutors continue their failure to protect us. He was released from prison in February of last year having served 25 months for the Arboretum robbery, and released from parole after just ten months, in November of last year.