New pictures released Friday of the 20-year-old woman accused of driving drunk when she allegedly struck and killed a Miami Beach chef show her distraught with apparent bruising to her face.
Seventy-seven new photographs, audio recordings from four witnesses and documents from police paint a chilling picture of the hit-and-run accident that claimed the life of a South Beach chef.
Self-proclaimed party princess Karlie Tomica, who is accused of killing South Beach chef Stefano Riccioletti in a hit-and-run accident, has been released from jail on house arrest.
Self-proclaimed party princess Karlie Tomica, who is accused of killing South Beach chef Stefano Riccioletti in a hit-and-run accident, faces four new charges related to the crash, including DUI manslaughter.
Miami Beach Police have confirmed that Karlie Tomica, who allegedly killed Stefano Riccioletti in a hit & run accident, had a blood-alcohol three-times the legal limit at the time of the crash.
Another lawsuit has been filed on behalf of the family of a well-known executive chef killed in a hit and run rash on Collins Ave. in Miami Beach last month.
The family of Stefano Riccioletti, who was killed in a hit and run crash on Miami Beach last week, has filed a lawsuit against the woman who was allegedly driving, Karlie Tomica, and the Nikki Beach Club.
The widow of the executive chef killed in a hit and run on Miami Beach Monday morning saw her husband for the final time Friday.
A call to 9-1-1 is credited with helping Miami Beach police arrest a woman suspected in a deadly hit and run accident.