A St. Johnsbury woman who hit a police chief with her car during the Special Olympics torch run will not go to jail.
67-year-old Sandra Raynor pleaded no contest to careless and negligent operation in exchange for a one year deferred sentence.
In June police say Raynor didn't want to wait for the runners to pass and pulled into a Lyndon intersection -- grazing the knees of torch runner and Lyndonville Police Chief Jack Harris.
Raynor must perform community service and take a safe driving course. If she complies the conviction will be erased from her record.
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