Woman who struck and killed Roman Miller loses license, ordered to traffic school
SARASOTA COUNTY - The 25-year-old woman who hit and killed a boy who was biking to school earlier this year learned her fate in a Sarasota County courtroom Thursday.
According to the 12th District Circuit Court,
Charity Lamb appeared Thursday before a judge who charged her with failure to yield to a pedestrian.
Lamb will lose her license for six months, be required to attend a 12-hour traffic school and pay a $1,000 fine plus court costs.
Roman Miller was biking to Brentwood Elementary school with his sister back on May 20, when Lamb struck him with her truck in the intersection Nodosa Drive and Webber Street in Sarasota.
Lamb cooperated with investigators at the time of the crash and called 911. She claims she did not see Roman crossing the intersection.