Jamie Komoroski Wiki – Jamie Komoroski Biography
Jamie Komoroski the suspect – According to police papers, the alleged drunk driver involved in the terrible incident that killed a new bride in South Carolina smelled of alcohol and refused to complete a field sobriety test after the disaster.
Jamie Komoroski, 25, also informed officers that she had a shot of tequila and one drink approximately an hour before the crash that killed 34-year-old Samantha Hutchinson on Friday night, according to WCBD, citing the affidavits. Komoroski allegedly plowed into a golf cart carrying Hutchinson, her new husband Aric Hutchinson, and two relatives shortly after the couple’s wedding ceremony in Folly Beach. According to authorities, she was traveling at 65 miles per hour and only braked seconds before colliding with the cart.
Samantha Hutchinson Killed in a Collision
Samantha, 34, of North Carolina, died as a result of the accident. According to ABC News, Aric, and a relative was seriously hurt, while the second injured relative was classified in stable condition. The alleged drunk driver was charged with reckless vehicular murder and three counts of driving while intoxicated resulting in death. According to police documents obtained by WCBD, when officers arrived at the crash scene, they discovered Komoroski smelled of alcohol and she indicated to authorities that her rate of impairment was an 8 on a scale of one to ten.
Jamie Komoroski is 25 years old.
After a collision that killed a bride, the alleged drunk driver rejected a sobriety test, arrested
According to the affidavits, she reportedly told investigators she consumed a beer and one tequila drink around an hour before the incident. According to papers, the motorist was reportedly wobbly on her feet and “strongly refused and became uncooperative” when requested to complete a field sobriety test. A warrant for a blood test was issued. The results are still awaited. According to the affidavits, officers observed the golf cart on its side and multiple individuals in need of assistance. Samantha died on the spot.
While Folly Beach Department of Public Safety Chief Andrew Gilreath could not confirm the cart rolled, he did say it was discovered about 75 yards from the collision, according to ABC News. Gilreath stated that the golf cart was legal to use and that it had lights. I was handed Aric’s wedding ring in a plastic bag at the hospital, five hours after Sam placed it on his finger and they read each other their vows,” Annette Hutchinson said on the GoFundMe page. “Aric has just lost the love of his life.