A woman who calls herself Harry Potter is accused of dying and chasing a judge

Authorities have found a prescription drug in her purse that she said would create a happy delirium.

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A Florida woman who identified herself as Harry Potter has been arrested in connection with an accident that struck a judge and injured a six-year-old boy, authorities said.

Natasia Snape, 28, was arrested on suspicion of carjacking and left the scene of the accident, which included death and other crimes, according to an affidavit.

The accident happened Friday morning in Delray Beach, north of Fort Lauderdale, after a car swerved off the road and hit a woman, Sandra Feuerstein, 75.

Fuerstein, a state judge in Eastern New York, was pronounced dead at the scene, according to an affidavit.

A red, two-door sedan struck a 6-year-old boy crossing the road, and the driver fled, said the scroll. Snape was later found in a car with a description of the car that struck Faustein and the boy, he said.

Snape was behind the wheel and appeared to be unconscious, according to the text.

He started fighting paramedics at the ambulance and identified himself as Harry Potter, according to an affidavit. Authorities say they have found a synthetic drug that creates a happy delirium in her bag.

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Snape has denied any involvement in the crash, according to the text.

Court records show that Snape was appointed public protector, although his lawyer was not available on Sunday. He was arrested on a $ 20,000 bond bond, according to prison records.

Fuerstein was a public school teacher in New York City who later attended law school, became a New York state judge and was appointed to the state bench by George W. Bush in 2003.

The accident happened Friday morning in Delray Beach, north of Fort Lauderdale, after a car swerved off the road and hit a woman, Sandra Feuerstein, 75.

Fuerstein, a state judge in Eastern New York, was pronounced dead at the scene, according to an affidavit.

A red, two-door sedan struck a 6-year-old boy crossing the road, and the driver fled, said the scroll. Snape was later found in a car with a description of the car that struck Faustein and the boy, he said.

"Our thoughts are with his family at this time," said his case, the Cardozo School of Law, Sunday reported.