Natasia Snape

Woman Kills Federal Judge, Injures Boy In Boca Raton Crash

Boca Raton Delray Beach Florida News
Natasia Snape, Courtesy Palm Beach County Jail.


BOCA RATON, FL ( (Copyright © 2021 MetroDesk Media, LLC) — New York Federal Judge Sandra Feuerstein was killed Friday when a hit and run driver slammed into her, and a young child, in the 4000 block of North Ocean Blvd. in Boca Raton.

Natasia Snape, who claimed she was Harry Potter, was later arrested and charged with vehicular homicide.

Federal Judge Sandra Feuerstein (Courtesy USDOJ).

From the police report, which you can read in its entirety below:

“The incident took place at approximately 1009. hours when a red two door sedan driven by an unknown driver, was traveling northbound approaching the intersection of 4000 N Ocean Blvd and NW 40 th St. The vehicle, driving erratically, went around stopped traffic and entered upon the sidewalk located on the wast shoulder of the roadway. The victim, Sandra Feuerstein, was walking southbound on the sidewalk when she was struck by the suspect vehicle. The vehicle continued northbound, entering back onto the roadway but not before striking Anthony Ovahinnikov, a 6-year-old boy crossing Ocean Blvd from west to east in the crosswalk. Feuerstein was transported to Delray Medical Center where she was pronounced deceased.”

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