In 2018, a 24 year-old mother, Jessica Reisinger-Raubenolt, and her 21 month-old daughter, Lillia, were killed when they were hit by a car on Bayshore Boulevard.
The accident occurred as a result of two men who were racing down Bayshore. Cameron Herrin was driving the Ford Mustang that struck and killed Jessica and Lillia. He was driving over 100 mph when he hit them. He received his prison sentence. Herrin will serve 24 years in prison.
He’s guilty of vehicular homicide, which is a second-degree felony, and unlawful racing, a first-degree misdemeanor.
Johan Barrineau is the driver of the other car he was racing. Barrineau pleaded guilty, and he is currently serving his six-year prison sentence.
Following his sentence, Barrineau be on probation for 15 years. He’ll be responsible for completing 200 hours of community service, which will include speaking about the perils of reckless driving.
Jessica and Lillia were crossing the street, on the way home from a park when they were killed.
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