Hanin Goma, the 23-year-old that allegedly caused a car accident that resulted in the death of 9-year-old Carter Vo, was released on bond Thursday at the Skokie Courthouse.
Goma, of Skokie, is said to have been involved in a second, different accident earlier this year. In that instance, Goma is alleged to have left the scene of an accident, according to the Chicago Tribune.
Her attorney, Michael Goggin, told the judge that Goma’s extended family raised 10 percent of her $250,000 bond, the Tribune reported.
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On July 9, Goma plead not guilty at the Skokie Courthouse. Goma is charged with one count of
Goma was arrested after allegedly causing an accident 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. That vehicle would ultimately lose control and hit Vo who was across the street on his bicycle.
It was later reveled that Goma had amphetamines and marijuana in her system at the time of the crash, according to police.
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