South Carolina woman accused of drunken crash that killed bride, gets special treatment in jail: reports
A South Carolina woman accused of driving drunk and hitting Samantha Hutchinson, who was married that night time, acquired special treatment in jail, in response to reports.
The New York Post reported that, regardless of a coverage on the Charleston County, South Carolina jail which solely permits on-line video chats, 25-year-old Jamie Lee Komoroski has been in a position to meet with relations in individual, due to Sheriff Kristin Graziano, officers instructed the publication.
The sheriff additionally reportedly met with Komoroski, who relayed to her boyfriend throughout a name from jail that “the head person of the Charleston County” expressed she must be house along with her household.
“She’s really nice, and I think she’s gonna help me,” the suspect instructed her boyfriend throughout the name, which was obtained by day by day newspaper The Post and Courier, in Charleston, South Carolina.
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Other recordings obtained reportedly reveal Komoroski is just not pleased with the lodging, and he or she has complained about all the things from not with the ability to maintain the TV distant management, not being pleased with the meals to the absence of an train mat to have the ability to do crunches on.
The Post additionally reported the sheriff’s workplace confirmed the sheriff turned concerned in Komoroski’s treatment on the jail after her household reached out after her arrival.
Komoroski is accused crashing her crimson Toyota Camry into Samantha Miller and Aric Hutchinson’s golf cart, simply minutes after they left their marriage ceremony reception on Folly Beach, South Carolina.
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Miller, who was nonetheless sporting her marriage ceremony gown on the time of the crash, was killed immediately, whereas Hutchinson suffered bleeding to his mind, damaged bones and facial fractures. Two different relations have been in the golf cart on the time of the crash and survived.
Police say the suspect had a blood alcohol degree three times the legal limit and had been driving 65 mph on a 25-mph street.
She faces three counts of felony DUI ensuing in nice bodily harm or demise and one rely of reckless murder.
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In different calls with pals obtained by The Post and Courier, Komoroski expressed regret for the incident and instructed her family members that she did not need folks to assume she is a horrible individual. She additionally expressed the assumption that she can be launched on bail in just some months’ time.
“There’s been people that have, like, killed people on purpose before and, like, they’ve gotten out on a bond,” she mentioned to a gaggle of her pals on the decision, in response to the outlet.
According to courtroom data, Komoroski’s attorneys filed a movement for bond on Friday, claiming she doesn’t pose a menace to the group, neither is she a flight danger.
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The submitting comes simply two days after Hutchinson filed a wrongful demise lawsuit in opposition to Komoroski and 15 different defendants, primarily made up of bars and LLCs.
A GoFundMe for the couple titled “Sam and Aric” has raised almost $730,000 since Miller’s demise.