EVANS, N.Y. (WIVB) – In Evans, friends and loved ones are still looking for justice in a deadly hit and run. They gathered Sunday in front of the South Shore Beach Club.
The group is upset that a grand jury returned a “no bill” last week for the December collision that left Barry Moss dead. The decision means no one is held criminally responsible for the Moss’ death. Protestors believe laws should change to require anyone who hits something with a vehicle to have to stop.
The car involved in the fatal crash allegedly belonged to Gabriele Ballowe, who works at the South Shore Beach Club. Her husband owns the business. At one point during the investigation police said Ballowe was uncooperative, however there is no word on who was driving the car at the time.