WOODSTOCK, Ga. – Over eight months after two women and a baby were killed while crossing the street in Woodstock, a teenager is facing multiple charges in connection with their deaths.
On Tuesday, the Cherokee Sheriff’s Office charged 18-year-old Zoe Reardon with three counts of 2nd-degree vehicular homicide, distracted driving, two counts of vehicular homicide, failure to yield to a pedestrian in the roadway and use of electronic communication device under the age of 18.
On September 9, 2017, officials said 61-year-old Kathy Deming of Marietta, 28-year-old Kaitlyn Hunt of Port St. Lucie, Fla. and Hunt’s three-month-old daughter, Riley, were crossing Arnold Mill Road and Main Street near Woodstock City Park when they were struck by a Jeep that was being driven by Reardon, who was 17 at the time.
There was a concert being held at the park that night.
All three victims were taken to a local hospital, where Riley was pronounced dead. Both Hunt and Deming passed away days later from injuries suffered from the accident.
Hunt and her family had come to the metro Atlanta after their Florida home was threatened by Irma.
Reardon was booked into the Cherokee County Adult Detention Center on May 14 and bonded out on a $10,715 bond.