“Woman Charged in Crash That Killed Newlywed to Appear in Bond Court”

By | August 1, 2023



Jamie Lee Komoroski, the woman charged in a fatal crash that killed a newlywed and injured others, is set to appear in bond court. She is facing charges of reckless homicide resulting in death and felony DUI resulting in bodily injury or death. Komoroski’s lawyers have filed a motion for bond, arguing that she is not a flight risk or a threat to the community. They describe her as a non-violent individual who graduated with honors and has a passion for babysitting. However, they also acknowledge her struggle with alcohol dependence and state that she will seek immediate rehab if released on bond. https://www.foxcarolina.com reported

Woman Charged in Fatal Crash to Appear in Bond Court

Defendant Claims Not to Be a Flight Risk or a Threat to the Community

CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCSC) – A woman accused of causing a deadly crash that took the life of a newlywed and left the groom and two others seriously injured is scheduled to appear in bond court on Tuesday.

Jamie Lee Komoroski, 25, is facing charges of reckless homicide resulting in death and felony DUI resulting in great bodily injury or death, according to jail records.

In a motion filed by Komoroski’s lawyers on May 19, they argued that their client is not a flight risk or a danger to the community. Although the circumstances surrounding the incident are tragic, they claim that Komoroski has never exhibited violent behavior, holds a degree from Coastal Carolina University, and has a passion for babysitting.

The defense also revealed that Komoroski battles alcohol dependence and is willing to enter rehab immediately if released on bond.

The fatal crash occurred on April 28 when Komoroski rear-ended a golf cart carrying four individuals on E. Ashley Ave. in Folly Beach. One passenger, identified as Samantha Miller, lost her life in the accident. Miller had just gotten married earlier that evening. Additionally, Aric Hutchinson, Miller’s husband, and two others sustained injuries.


Investigation reports indicate that Komoroski was driving at a speed of 65 mph at the time of the collision.

A blood toxicology report revealed that Komoroski had a blood alcohol level of 0.261, more than three times the legal limit in South Carolina, on the night of the crash.

On May 17, Hutchinson filed a wrongful death lawsuit against Komoroski, claiming that she had a “booze-filled day of bar hopping.” The lawsuit also holds several establishments accountable for serving alcoholic beverages without exercising due care. Snapper Jacks, The Drop-In Bar and Deli, The Crab Shack, Taco Boy, El Gallo Bar and Grill, and Bottle Cap Holdings, LLC are all named in the lawsuit.

Komoroski’s bond hearing is scheduled for 9:30 a.m. on Tuesday.


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