Stratford News Resolution could be coming in fatal hit-and-run case in Stratford SHARE ON: Casey Kenny, staff Monday, Aug. 12th, 2019 Resolution could be coming in fatal hit-and-run case. (Archive Image) An agreed-upon-resolution could be on the way in the trial of a woman charged after a fatal hit-and-run in the Stratford Walmart parking lot. The Stratford Beacon Herald reports that a representative for the lawyer of the accused 30-year-old woman appeared in Stratford court on Monday and asked for the matter to be adjourned over two months so that a possible resolution can be reached. The judge accepted the request to adjourn the case until October 18th for a plea in provincial offences court and then for it to return to court on October 22nd. Sixty-three-year-old Evelyn Sophia Harris was killed in the parking lot on Mother’s Day when she was struck by a vehicle with the driver leaving the scene and later turning herself into Stratford Police. She has been charged with accident resulting in death.