- Associated Press - Thursday, November 5, 2015

ATLANTA (AP) - A woman who appeared to be wearing a “Beetlejuice” costume when she damaged a car in a hit-and-run crash has turned herself in to Atlanta police.

News outlets report Sgt. Warren Pickard says 26-year-old Jonna Capehart was cited for failure to maintain lane and duty upon striking an unattended vehicle.

Surveillance video shows the suspect’s car nearly flipped when it hit a Mercedes-Benz parked on the street. The video shows the driver getting out and inspecting the damage after the crash. A photo taken by a neighbor shows the woman was wearing a costume from the film “Beetlejuice.”

Minutes later, two other costumed men arrived and helped the driver push the woman’s car off the parked Mercedes.

The neighbor’s photo captured a license plate number, which was turned over to police.

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