-- A group of good Samaritans recently helped rescue three people trapped underneath a car that had run them over in Boston, according to police.
Steele then exited the car and fled, according to police.
Meanwhile, a group of good Samaritans worked together and "lifted the car and dragged the victims to safety," police said.
The victims were found "lying in the street being tended to by several witnesses" when officers arrived to the scene, police said. The victims were later transported to nearby hospitals "for treatment of non-life threatening injuries," police added.
Witnesses helped police locate Needham inside a nearby building, and she was placed into custody, police said.
"During the investigation it was revealed that the suspect did not a have a driver’s license," police said.
Needham was issued several moving violations and was scheduled to appear in Boston Municipal Court today to be arraigned on charges of unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle, using a motor vehicle without authority and leaving the scene of a motor vehicle accident resulting in personal injury, police added.
It was not immediately clear if Neeham had obtained a lawyer, according to Jake Wark, press secretary for the Suffolk County District Attorney's Office.
Wark told ABC News today that in the state of Massachusetts, a plea of not guilty is automatically entered for defendants prior to their arraignment.
A spokeswoman for the Boston Municipal Court told ABC News the arraignment scheduled for today was still pending and that information about its outcome would be available later.