No jail time for a woman who contributed to a deadly road rage accident last June in Omaha. Rhonda Boisseau was sentenced to probation and had her license pulled for 30 days after pleading no contest to willful reckless driving.
Witnesses say Boisseau was chasing a motorcycle driven by 24 year old Andrew Torrice of Omaha. While trying to get away, Torrice ran a red light at 72nd and Cass Street and struck another motorcycle driven by 34 year old Adam Kammann of La Vista. His passenger was 37 year old Christine Zadina. All three were killed.
The victim’s families spoke after she was sentenced today. Andrew’s mother, Kristine Torrice says, “She needs to go to jail. She needs to understand what she did that night. She went after somebody that did nothing to her. Yes, she had a confrontation with a group of motorcycles but it wasn’t with Andrew.”
Boisseau wasn’t arrested until September. In a plea deal charges were dropped for providing false information.