Jamie Lee Komoroski Wiki – Jamie Lee Komoroski Bio
Jamie Lee Komoroski, An inebriated driver who claimed the life of a bride on the day of her wedding appeared to be glassy-eyed in a new mugshot taken just hours after the deadly crash. As Samantha Miller, 34, and Aric Hutchinson, 36, traveled in a golf cart from their nuptials at Folly Beach, South Carolina, they were allegedly rear-ended by 25-year-old Jamie Lee Komoroski on Friday, April 28.
Sam died on the spot and her husband was left in critical condition after the vehicle rolled over a number of times over 100 yards. Komoroski was driving alone in a rented Toyota Camry which was way above the normal speed limit, traveling 65mph in a 25mph zone. She has a history of traffic violations that date back to 2018, according to Daily Mail. Komoroski became “uncooperative” when asked to take a sobriety test, police claimed, but she was an eight out of ten on the impairment scale.
Jamie Lee Komoroski is 25 years old.
Glassy-Eyed Driver Who Killed Samantha Hutchinson Can Face Up to 75 Years in Prison
On May 31, 2018, Komoroski was first charged with speeding in Horry County, South Carolina. It is the home of Myrtle Beach and Coastal Carolina University, where Komoroski attended school. She pleaded guilty after being accused of speeding less than 10 miles per hour over the speed limit and paid a $76.50 fine. Komoroski pleaded guilty to a count of driving a vehicle at a speed that is unreasonable to road conditions later that year. In November, she was arrested during a freeze warning in the popular tourist area.
Komoroski was again charged with speeding 10mph or less over the speed limit in 2019. She pleaded guilty again and paid another $76.50. Recently, she was cited for not using a turn signal or stop signal. She pleaded guilty on April 5, 2023, and paid a $25 fine.
According to a GoFundMe page set up by Aric’s mother Annette Hutchinson, he has been in a critical condition. It is not known if he is aware that his wife died. He had to undergo one reconstruction surgery and is set to have another. The victim also suffered numerous broken bones and a brain injury.
Komoroski has been slapped with three counts of felony DUI resulting in great bodily harm or death and one count of reckless homicide. She now faces 75 years in prison if found guilty as well as a fine of up to $25,100, and an additional 15 years and $10,100 for the severe harm caused to the men in the cart.
She could be handed a sentence of 10 years in prison for reckless homicide and a fine of up to $5,000. Besides, she can have her license revoked for five years on her release.