Friday, May 25, 2018
Bayshore race claims two lives: child dies day after mothers death
Cameron Coyle Herrin, 18 (left), John Alexander Barrineau, 17 (middle) and Tristan Christopher Herrin, 20 (right) were arrested in connection with the death Tuesday of a 24-year-old mother who was pushing her stroller across Bayshore Boulevard when she was fatally struck by a car racing another car, according to Tampa police. Cameron Herrin was driving the Mustang that fatally struck the mother and seriously injured her 21-month-old daughter. Barrineau was driving the other car and Tristan Herrin was riding with his brother, police said. [JAMES BORCHUCK | Times / Tampa Police Department]
TAMPA Jessica Raubenolt seized on the sunshine and blue sky at midday Wednesday to take her daughter out in the stroller for a walk along scenic Bayshore Boulevard. Visiting from Ohio, the family had been cursed by rain all week.At the same time,...
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