According to law enforcement sources, TMZ reports that Heather Locklear is "unlikely" to have prosecutors file hit-and-run charges against her.
Heather was arrested Saturday after allegedly hitting a "no parking" sign and leaving the scene, TMZ reports.
However, law enforcement sources say cops don't have enough proof showing Heather was driving the car.
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After watching surveillance video at Heather's development, the BMW in question is scene arriving hours after the accident, but the driver can not be identified.
An investigating deputy found a piece of plastic at the scene that matched what was missing from Heather's car.
However, sources say it is "extremely unlikely" prosecutors will file charges because as of now there is "nothing approaching proof beyond a reasonable doubt."