Marshall (KYTX) -- Newly-released court documents are revealing more about the hit-and-run investigation involving a well-known radio personality, including how serious the victim's injuries were.
KMHT morning radio host and news director Ashli Dansby, 34, is charged with failure to stop and render aid for allegedly hitting Evelyn Mallard, 43, with her car at the intersection of Caddo Street and Victory Drive around 1:19 a.m. Saturday, then taking off.
In an initial press release July 21, Marshall police said Mallard suffered only lacerations to her head and face and a broken toe. And in an interview the following day, Chief Jesus "Eddie" Campa reiterated that, telling CBS19 Mallard's injuries weren't serious.
"Non life-threatening, thank god," he said. "You would imagine that the injuries would be a lot worse and luckily they were just what they were, and that's a good thing."
But Friday, the Marshall News Messenger reported Mallard was still in the hospital, nearly a week after the alleged accident.
And in the affidavit for the search warrant filed for Dansby's vehicle that night, obtained Wednesday by CBS19, police said Mallard was transported to the hospital with "suspected life-threatening injuries."
CBS19 contacted Campa about those discrepancies, but as of 6 p.m. Wednesday, we hadn't yet heard back.
The affidavit also shows Dansby's car had "significant damage to the front," that "the windshield was shattered," and "there was pink cloth and fresh blood embedded in the windshield."
Mallard, according to the affidavit, was "wearing a pink shirt when she was struck."
But Dansby wasn't arrested until two days later, because Harrison County Judge Joe Black refused to sign off on a blood warrant the night of the alleged accident to help determine if Dansby may have been intoxicated, saying there wasn't enough evidence to establish probable cause.
July 21, Harrison County District Attorney Coke Solomon filed a motion to recuse himself from the case because Dansby's husband, Kyle, who is an attorney in Marshall, used to work for the that office.
In the motion, Solomon said he wants to "avoid any appearance of impropriety or favoritism."
CBS19's repeated calls to Solomon for comment have gone unreturned.
A spokesperson for Good Shepherd Medical Center said Wednesday Mallard is no longer listed as a patient.
Dansby was released from jail on a $5,000 bond July 20, hours after being booked, according to her attorney Rick Berry.
CBS19 has learned she was back at work at KMHT Radio the morning of July 29.
Berry maintains his client wasn't intoxicated the night of the alleged accident.