Man pleads not guilty in death of woman checking on stray dog

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Woman struck, killed while checking on injured dog ID’d

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UPDATE @ 11:11 a.m. (May 27):

A Wapakoneta man had pleaded not guilty in a Shelby County case involving the death of a woman hit by vehicle.

Timothy Huelskamp, 51, pleaded not guilty to a felony charge of not stopping after an accident. He’s accused of hitting a woman May 11 on Sidney Freyburg Road.

Katriz M. Dilworth, 38, of Anna died in the crash.

Huelskamp then turned himself in to police hours later.

UPDATE @ 9:16 a.m. (May 13):

The suspected driver of the vehicle that struck and killed Katriz Dilworth is no longer in jail, according to jail records.

Timothy Huelskamp, 51, was no longer listed as an inmate at the Shelby County Jail this morning.

UPDATE @ 12:00 p.m. (May 12):

The victim has been identified as Katriz M. Dilworth, of Anna, according to the Shelby County Sheriff’s Office.

The driver of the vehicle turned himself in to the Auglaize County Sheriff’s Office this morning.

The driver has been identified as Timothy Huelskamp, 51, and he is facing charges of fleeing the scene of an accident.

Huelskamp remains in custody.

UPDATE @ 9:38 a.m.

The driver who struck and killed a woman in a hit-and-run crash has turned himself in, according to officials.

The vehicle has been impounded and we’re working to learn more.


A woman who stepped out of her car to check on a dog she had hit was then struck and killed in a hit-and-run crash.

Officials said a woman from Anna was killed in the crash, which was reported just before 11 p.m. Wednesday in the 10,000 block of Sidney Freyburg Road.

Deputies said it appears the woman got out of her car to check on a dog that she apparently hit with her car. A vehicle then came along and struck the female, and the vehicle left the scene.

If anyone has information on the other driver involved, they are asked to contact the Shelby County Sheriff’s Office at (937) 498-1111.

The crash remains under investigation.