DELRAY BEACH, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — Pearl Cohen, 84, of Haviland Circle Boynton Beach is now guilty of “running a red light, causing the death of another” following a Delray Beach crash that left Beverly Fine dead.
Cohen was traveling northbound on El Clair Ranch Road when police say she ran a red light and crashed into another vehicle. The vehicle’s passenger, Beverly Fine, died four days after the August 3rd incident.
According to police, Judge Damico was found guilty of “running a red light — causing the death of another, she was sentenced to pay $1,102 fine, six month driver license suspension, and twelve hours of aggressive driving schools. She was ordered to pass a medical and eye exam prior to retaking the driver examination. She was ordered to retake the written driving test, physical driving test, and eye test, which is to be processed by DHSMV.”
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