Teen Sentence Includes Driving Ban, Letter to Woman’s Grandchildren


Maxine Lobins

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CLEVELAND– A teenager who hit a woman with her car and didn’t stop was sentenced Tuesday afternoon.

81-year-old Maxine Lobins was killed in the hit-and-run accident. She was using a walker to cross the street at Kamm’s Corner on Jan. 9, 2013.

In April, the teenage girl was found guilty of aggravated vehicular homicide and vehicular homicide.

Tuesday, she was given a lifetime ban on her Ohio driver’s license.

She was also sentenced to home detention until she goes to college; she must pay a $2,000 fine; and she must also write a letter to Lobins’ grandchildren.

The teen must also serve 400 hours of community service in a nursing home.

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