Twenty-year-old Karlie Tomica, a self-proclaimed “party princess,” received her sentence, that includes jail time, for a brutal hit-and-run crash that took the life of a South Beach chef in January.
A bartender at Nikki Beach night club on South Beach has been fired for drinking while at work after surveillance video being reviewed in the DUI case against another former employee showed the bartender violating company policy.
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.
A call to 9-1-1 is credited with helping Miami Beach police arrest a woman suspected in a deadly hit and run accident.