Boca's Kelsey Cooper Charged With DUI Manslaughter

Kelsey Cooper Boca Raton

Kelsey Cooper, Courtesy Palm Beach County Jail.

BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — Boca Raton resident Kelsey Cooper, 32, is out on bond following her late night arrest for DUI Manslaughter following the fatal accident she allegedly caused over the summer.

While the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office is offering no information on the arrest, the department issued an accident report over the summer stating that Cooper killed Bradley Street when she illegally entered the intersection at 441 and Palmetto Park Road in mid-July.

Street, 31, died in the minutes after the accident.

Investigators called the accident “violent” and stated that Cooper was likely impaired by drugs or alcohol at the time of the crash.

Cooper, who lives in Boca Pointe, was taken into custody around 6pm night and released on $40,000 bond just after midnight.

She is officially charged with DUI Manslaughter and Vehicular Homicide.

It is unclear why PBSO is not directly releasing information on the arrest after asking for the public’s help in providing accident information following the crash.

 

 

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