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Lisa Michelle O’Quinn of Greenville was charged with two assaults with a lethal weapon with intent to kill, a reckless and reckless drive count and a dangerous movement count. The incident occurred at the intersection of Ehringhaus Street and Griffin Street around 6:45 a.m., Elizabeth City Police said. Two women, Michelle Morris and Valerie Lindsey, were hospitalized. Her injuries were not life threatening and she was expected to make a full recovery.

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Lisa Michelle O’Quinn is 41 years old.

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According to Flanigan, O’Quinn’s vehicle struck two pedestrians “who were peacefully protesting and exercising their constitutional rights” at the intersection of Ehringhaus and Griffin streets at 6:45 p.m.

Flanigan identified the pedestrians as Michelle Fleming Morris, 42, and Valerie Lindsey, 42, both of Elizabeth City. Both Morris and Lindsey were transported to Sentara Albemarle Medical Center where they were treated for non life-threatening injuries and released.

A reporter who visited the intersection of Ehringhaus and Griffin streets moments after the incident observed a woman believed to be one of the pedestrians walking without assistance but with an apparent lower leg injury. A video posted on Twitter by the account of @PAWGsForBernie shows a white Nissan Sentra approaching and colliding with a person on a bicycle on Ehringhaus Street just moments after apparently striking a pedestrian.

In the video, two women are seen in the vehicle. According to witnesses, the incident occurred after the vehicle turned right off Griffin Street onto Ehringhaus Street where a group of protesters was marching. The vehicle then appeared to be stopped by law enforcement. City Public Safety Director Eddie Buffaloe, speaking at City Council’s meeting via Zoom Monday night, said the incident was being investigated.

“I am not at liberty to say anything publicly because everyone has their due process as it relates to that. But interviews are being conducted as we speak,” he said. O’Quinn was taken before a magistrate Monday night who set her secured bond at $40,000. She was then transported to Albemarle District Jail and confined. Her first court appearance is scheduled for Thursday.

According to Flanigan, police are apparently contemplating other charges against O’Quinn, including a potential hate crime.

“The police department is currently investigating this matter and we will be presenting facts and findings … to include potential aggravating factors for criminal enhancements for potential sentencing purposes of a hate crime involving this event,” she said.

Protesters have been conducting daily marches on the city’s main thoroughfares nearly every day since Brown’s fatal shooting by Pasquotank sheriff’s deputies attempting to serve him with drug-related arrest and search warrants April 21.

Organizers have said the protests are designed to call attention to protesters’ demand for full release of the body and dash camera footage showing Brown’s shooting death by law enforcement. Thus far, only portions of the footage have been shown to Brown’s family and the public.

Last week, District Attorney Andrew Womble disclosed portions of the footage during a press conference where he announced that the three deputies who shot and killed Brown would not face criminal charges. Womble said the deputies’ shooting of Brown was justified because Brown put the officers’ lives at risk by driving his car at them and making contact with one of them.

Approximately 32 protest participants have been arrested since the protests of Brown’s death began. The first group were charged with disorderly conduct for violating the city’s since-lifted 8 p.m. curfew. Four others were charged with impeding traffic by sitting, standing or lying in roadways. Seven others were charged last week with failure to disperse. One other was charged with assault on a government official and damage to property.