NEWTOWN SQUARE–The pedestrian who was struck by a passing car has been identified and issued a warrant.
The pedestrian, identified as Ann Elizabeth Muller, 31, of Newtown Square, was arrested and charged for adulteration or misbranding of a controlled substance; intentional posession of a controlled substance for a person not registered; and failure to yield to traffic, according to court documents.
According to Det. Joe Vandegrift, who responded to the incident, a Hyundai was driving eastbound on Route 3 when they struck Muller on the 3400 block of Route 3 in front of the entrance of .
Muller was crossing the roadway just before 9 p.m. on Jan. 27 when she was hit by the vehicle. Muller was seriously injured and flown by the PennStar helicopter to the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania for facial injuries.
Vandegrift said a warrant was issued to Muller for narcotics possession and public intoxication.
In addition to Newtown Police, the . and Riddle EMS responded to the scene.
A preliminary hearing has been scheduled for Muller on March 22 at before Judge Leon Hunter.
NOTE: Any arrests or charges mentioned in this article does not indicate guilt or conviction.