Stratford News Fatal Walmart hit and run case appears before judge for first time SHARE ON: Casey Kenny, staff Monday, Jun. 17th, 2019 Resolution could be coming in fatal hit-and-run case. (Archive Image) The case of a Stratford woman charged after leaving the scene of a fatal hit and run in the city has appeared before a judge for the first time. According to the Stratford Beacon Herald, the case appeared before a judge Monday with the 30-year-old woman charged with failing to stop after an accident resulting in death in the incident in the Walmart parking lot on Mother’s Day. Sixty-three-year-old Evelyn Sophia Harris was killed in the parking lot on May 12th when she was struck by a vehicle. Harris was purchasing pillows to take to a London hotel where she was staying while she was being treated for cancer. The case was adjourned until July 8th while it is reviewed by the defence.