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No decision on charges on deadly truck vs. bike crash

Courier file photo<br>
Flowers and mementos decorate the Bike Route sign near the intersection of Copper Basin and White Spar roads in Prescott. The site is where Amber “Cricket” Harrington was killed on Jan. 16 while riding her bicycle.

Courier file photo<br> Flowers and mementos decorate the Bike Route sign near the intersection of Copper Basin and White Spar roads in Prescott. The site is where Amber “Cricket” Harrington was killed on Jan. 16 while riding her bicycle.

PRESCOTT- There has not yet been any decision on whether criminal charges will be filed against the driver of a pick-up truck that struck and killed a bicyclist in January.

Amber "Cricket" Harrington, 23, died after she was hit by the pick-up on Jan. 23 on White Spar Road near Copper Basin Road.

Harrington was from California and was a recent graduate of Prescott College.

The case is "currently under review," said Penny Cramer, Administrative Assistant to Yavapai County Attorney Sheila Polk.

Cramer did not give a timetable as to when a decision might be made.

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