Woman That Caused Deadly Crash Violates Release Terms
Hanin Goma, the 23-year-old that caused a crash that killed 9-year-old Carter Vo, allegedly violated her release terms after being the victim of a battery more than half-a-mile from her home.
After posting 10 percent of her $250,000 bond, Hanin Goma may have violated her release conditions on Aug. 8. Goma, 23, is alleged to have caused a three car crash that resulted in the death of 9-year-old Carter Vo on May 21.
The most recent incident shows that Goma is alleged to be the victim of a battery in the 4800 block of Lee Street, a good half-mile from her home in the 5000 block of Wright Terrace. Being that far away from her home violates her release terms.
Ramesha Jones, 23, of Skokie, allegedly attacked Goma on Aug. 8. According to the report, Jones hit Goma in the head, arm and leg. Jones was charged with battery and is due in court Aug. 22.
The Skokie Review reports that "Skokie police notified the county, and Goma was remanded to authorities from there. She is scheduled to appear in court Friday on a new bond hearing."
Goma was arrested after allegedly causing an accident on May 21 at the intersection of Main Street and St. Louis Avenue. Goma had just finished her shift working as a cashier at Grecian Kitchen in Skokie. Goma then made a right turn to head eastbound on Main Street when another vehicle struck her car. Goma's vehicle would ultimately lose control and hit Vo who was across the street on his bicycle.
It was later revealed that Goma had amphetamines and marijuana in her system at the time of the crash, according to police.
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