18-Year-Old Gets 24 Years in Prison for Killing Woman and Baby in Race
He’d just graduated two days prior from Tampa Catholic School and was driving the graduation gift from his parents, a shiny black 2018 eight-cylinder Mustang GT, on May 23, 2018, when Cameron Herrin’s life changed forever.
In one heartbreaking moment Tampa residents will never forget, Herrin sped down Bayshore Boulevard at an estimated 102 mph and slammed into a young mother pushing a stroller carrying her 1-year-old daughter.
On Thursday, Herrin stood before Judge Christopher Nash at the Tampa Courthouse and learned his sentence: 24 years in prison.
Tampa Police said Herrin and fellow Tampa Catholic graduate John Barrineau were street racing down Bayshore Boulevard when Herrin struck Jessica Reisinger-Raubenolt, 24, and her daughter, Lillia. Police said Jessica Raubenolt was thrown at least 40 feet. Lillia and the stroller landed about 70 feet away. Jessica Raubenolt was pronounced dead shortly after she arrived at Tampa General Hospital. Her daughter died a day later.
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