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Tampa Police Department Cameron Herrin pictured in his mugshot.

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Three Florida teenagers are being accused of daytime street racing during the day in Tampa and causing the death of a 24-year-old mother who was pushing her baby. According to multiple media reports from the city, Jessica Reisinger died after being struck by a vehicle on Tristan herrin 23 just before noon. Authorities say that vehicle was being driven by 18-year-old Cameron Herrin. Reisinger was pronounced dead at Tampa General Hospital.

Her baby, Lillia, was rushed to a local hospital, she was pronounced dead on May 25. Herrin is being charged along with his brother Tristan, 20, and another 17-year-old man, John Barrineau. The other man, police say, was racing the brothers in a different car.

Both Herrin and the 17-year-old are being charged with vehicular homicide, reckless driving and street racing. Tristan Herrin is facing charges of racing. Herrin was driving a black Ford Mustang, cops say he was racing against a Nissan.

The incident happened along Bayshore Boulevard. Witnesses told cops that the two cars were seen driving alongside each other. The Herrin brothers were being held at Hillsborough County Jail. Tristan Herrin has been released after posting a $500 bail.

Play Passenger in Bayshore crash killing mother pushing toddler bonds out tristan herrin jail Police say street racing on Bayshore Boulevard led to the death of a mother struck by a car while pushing her child in a stroller. 2018-05-24T09:56:51.000Z The Tampa Bay Times reports that the Herrin brothers and John Barrineau remained at the scene after the incident but did not speak to police at the scene.

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The Times reports that cops opted to charge Cameron’s brother because of Florida law which says that if a person is a passenger in a racing car, they can be charged with racing. Cops said they have no evidence to suggest Tristan Herrin tried to get out of the car. The Times report adds that all three of the suspects “live within minutes” of the scene. WTSP reports that the parents of the boys were present at the scene after crash. The station’s report says that the trio were “clearly shaken and upset.” It’s estimated that the suspects were driving at around 60 miles per hour while swerviing between lanes and changing positions with one and tristan herrin.

Facebook/Jessica Reisinger A Go Fund Me page has been set up for the family of Jessica Reisinger. At the time of writing the page has raised nearly $40,000.

The original set goal was $2,000. A vigil will be held along Bayshore Boulevard to honor Jessica Reisinger on May 26. According to her Facebook page, Reisinger is a graduate of Kent State University and Kenston High School in Chagrin Falls, Ohio. Reisinger says she works at Food 4 Thought Cyber Cafe.

The cafe is located on campus at Kent State. WFLA reports that the pair were in Florida so Reisinger could visit her uncle. Her uncle, John Reisinger, told the Tampa Bay Tribune, “She made a mark on this world. That her death will not diminish. The biggest tragedy is that more people didn’t know her.” He added that Reisinger married her husband, David, in 2016, and that he had just completed his flight certification and preparing for flight school.

The president of the local neighborhood association, Kim Degance, told ABC Tampa, “We’re devastated. It’s a tragic crash that didn’t need to happen. It could have been avoided.” Play Street racing blamed for mother's death as she pushed daughter's stroller Street racing is being blamed for a crash that killed a mother pushing her daughter in a stroller along Tampa's Bayshore Boulevard on Wednesday. 2018-05-24T03:08:19.000Z Cameron and Tristan Herrin as well as John Barrieneau are all graudates of Tampa Catholic High School, reports TampaBay.com.

In a statement to the website, the Catholic Diocese of St. Petersburg said, “Our prayers and hearts go out to the young mother who died, the child who is recovering and all affected by this tragic loss of life.” John Barrieneau and Cameron Herrin graduated on May 21, two days tristan herrin the crash. Tristan Herrin graduated in 2016. That’s the same high school attended by accused Seminole Heights serial killer Howell Donaldson, who was a basketball player there.

In 2013, the family was quoted by the Tampa Bay Tribune as they helped their Sacred Heart Catholic Church clean up a cemetary in the city. Cameron Herrin, then 13, said, “I never knew we had a cemetery until I read about it needing help in the church bulletin.” His father, Chris, said, “I thought this was a good way to help the community and help the church.” Play Police: Street racing led to death of mother pushing toddler in stroller on Bayshore, 3 arrested Police say that street racing led to the death of a mother who was struck by a vehicle while pushing her child in a stroller on Bayshore Boulevard.

Three people have been arrested. 2018-05-23T22:39:06.000Z Online records show that Herrin’s parents are Christopher and Cheryl Herrin. Christopher Herrin is a 1988 graduate of Harvard University and also attended Columbia University. According to her Facebook page, Cherly Herrin works for State Farm where she is an operations vice president and works closely with Florida International University.

Play Bayshore blvd tampa 2016-12-28T00:52:39.000Z ABC Tampa reports that in the aftermath of the crash, the speed limit along Bayshore Boulevard had been reduced from 40 to 35 miles per hour. Speaking to the Tampa Bay Times, police spokesman Steve Hegarty said speeding “is an issue on Bayhore. We had motorcycle (officers) out writing tickets this morning. People aren’t happy about it, but that’s what we do to remind people you’re not supposed to drive fast out there.

We make an effort to slow things down but we’re not out there 24-7. We can’t be out there 24-7.” Melissa McKenzie was jogging along the grass median in February 2004 when she was killed by a motorcyclist who was clocked at 80 miles per hour.

WFLA spoke to a woman who lives along Bayshore who said, “We see speeders constantly, drag racing, playing chicken. I’d like to walk my dogs right out front, but I’m afraid someone’s going to flip right into our front yard.” Another, Pam Rodriguez, said, “I used to walk along the bay itself. But A, it takes so long to get across, and B, traffic is going so fast, I’m terrified they’re going to jump the tristan herrin Close sidebar • Home • News Expand sub-menu • Breaking News • 5 Fast Facts • Crime • Politics • Money • Houston News • Sports Expand sub-menu • Dallas Cowboys • Las Vegas Raiders • Seattle Seahawks • Tampa Bay Buccaneers • Chicago Bears • Cleveland Browns • New England Patriots • San Francisco 49ers • New York Giants • Kansas City Chiefs • Pittsburgh Steelers • Green Bay Packers • Detroit Lions • Baltimore Ravens • New York Jets • Atlanta Falcons • Minnesota Vikings • Buffalo Bills • Philadelphia Eagles • Arizona Cardinals • Denver Broncos • Indianapolis Colts • Los Angeles Rams • Los Angeles Lakers • Golden State Warriors • Boston Celtics • Philadelphia 76ers • Miami Heat • Brooklyn Nets • New York Knicks • Chicago Bulls • NASCAR • UFC • FC Barcelona • Entertainment Expand sub-menu • Streaming • The Bachelor • Bravo • Tristan herrin Housewives • Teen Mom • Dancing With the Stars • The Voice • American Idol • Hallmark • HGTV • Survivor • Big Brother • TLC • Star Trek • MTV’s The Challenge tristan herrin 90 Day Fiance • The Hills • America’s Got Talent tristan herrin The Kardashians • Gaming • Shopping Expand sub-menu • Beauty • Tech • Home • Toys • Fitness • Outdoors • Garden • Tools • Fashion • Camera • Jewelry • Pets • Deals • Heavy on Gifts Tristan herrin sub-menu • Gifts for Women • Gifts for Men • Gifts for Seniors • Gifts for Boys • Gifts for Girls • Gifts for Wife • Gifts for Husband • Gifts for Girlfriend • Gifts for Boyfriend • Toys for Boys • Toys for Girls • Christmas Gifts • Hottest Christmas Tristan herrin Share Tweet Copy Link Copied Cameron Herrin’s eyes widened in disbelief as a Florida judge sentenced him to 24 years in prison for causing the deaths of 24-year-old Jessica Raubenolt and her 21-month-old daughter, Lillia.

In May 2018, the then-18-year-old Cameron, his brother Tristan Herrin, and friend John Barrineau were tristan herrin for contributing to the fatal crash that killed Jessica and Lillia. According to investigators, Herrin crashed into Jessica and Lillia as he raced John on Bayshore Boulevard. Herrin, who was close to 60mph above the speed limit, lost control of his vehicle and hit the mother and daughter.

This piece will detail the Cameron Herrin story and look into the internet campaign asking for Herrin’s release. Cameron Herrin’s advocates plan to appeal his 24-year prison sentence Authorities swiftly determined that Cameron and John were street racing when the accident occurred.

Cameron’s arrest warrant put Cameron’s speed at 102 mph before he started braking. Cameron and John’s attorneys entered pleas of ‘not guilty’ to two charges of vehicular homicide.

In December 2020, the attorneys revealed that they had entered separate plea agreements with prosecutors. In exchange for a guilty plea, John received a six-year prison sentence followed by 15 years of probation. The court suspended his license for five years, and he is expected to complete 200 hours of community service. Cameron also pleaded guilty, but his was an ‘open plea’ that left his sentencing to the court. The defense and the prosecution would argue on the appropriate sentence, and a judge would make the final decision.

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The judge in Cameron’s case sentenced him to 9 years in prison for the first count of vehicular homicide and 15 years for the second count. “This crime took two beautiful lives and left four families broken,” Attorney Andrew Warren said. “No sentence can repair that damage or bring back the lives lost, but we hope this outcome delivers some comfort and closure for Jessica’s and Lillia’s families.” Cameron couldn’t hide his disbelief as the judge read out the sentence.

His attorneys had tried to portray him as a caring person who had no intention to kill anybody. They implored the court to look at him as a young boy who made a rash mistake due to his tender years. Despite their efforts, Cameron’s history of speeding and David Raubenolt’s (Jessica’s husband) testimony convinced the court to hand down the 24-year sentence. “There’s really nothing the court can do that’s capable of fixing the harm that has been caused to the victims in this case,” Judge Christopher Nash said.

Cameron’s attorneys filed to appeal the sentence. At the time of writing, the appeal hearings have not been set. A campaign pleading for the commutation of Herrin’s sentence has gained traction on the internet Douglas R. Clifford/TampaBay The campaign pleading tristan herrin the release of Cameron Herrin started after a video showing Herrin’s sentencing surfaced on TikTok. The video went viral, earning over 23 million views and 2 million likes. It wasn’t long before the conversation spread to Twitter, with hashtags pleading for Cameron’s release trending on the platform for days.

The users behind the campaign tagged Florida Governor Ron DeSantis and President Joe Biden pleading for Herrin’s leniency. The dominant message was that Cameron didn’t deserve such a harsh punishment for an accident. The campaign encountered some resistance, but the waves of accounts asking for Cameron’s release overpowered any opposition. “Getting 24 years for the unintentional terrible and tragic incident is not fair… We stand with Herrin cause we are humans and we all make mistakes no matter what is our race, religion, or language,” one user wrote.

However, the flood of internet support for Herrin might be misleading. Dr. Loni Hagen, a professor at the University of South Florida’s School of Information, investigated the accounts supporting Herrin and found an overwhelming majority of them to be bots. Hagen told 10 Tampa Bay that she estimated that 91% of the accounts supporting Herrin’s campaign were bots. The bots have probably been created by a few people who want to make it seem like the campaign for Cameron’s release has widespread support.

“Bots are straightforward. They are a way of amplifying someone’s voice on social media by making it look like lots of people, and I do mean people, lots of people are for a particular issue,” Dr. Ron Sanders, a staff director at Cyber Florida, explained. A campaign popularized by bots can influence real people as it is challenging to differentiate bot accounts from real accounts. tristan herrin casual or unsophisticated user of social media is going to have a hard time discerning the truth and mis – or disinformation.” Sanders added.

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• Regions • Tampa • St. Petersburg • Clearwater • Hillsborough • Pinellas • Pasco • Hernando • Florida • • Nation & World • Politi Fact • Topics • Red Tide • Investigations • Politics • Education • Business • Health • Transportation • Environment • Crime • Climate Change Reporting Network • Pulitzers • • Centr o • Published May 4, 2021 - Updated May 4, 2021 TAMPA — Hillsborough prosecutors have dropped a racing charge against the last of three young men accused of taking part in the 2018 traffic crash that killed a mother and daughter on Bayshore Boulevard.

Tristan Herrin was a passenger in the Ford Mustang that his younger brother, Cameron Herrin, was driving on May 23, 2018, when police say the car struck Jessica Reisinger-Raubenolt and her 21-month-old daughter, Lillia. Prosecutors had said the Mustang was racing a Nissan Altima, driven by John Barrineau, moments before the collision.

Although Barrineau and Cameron Herrin both pleaded guilty to their respective roles in causing the crash, prosecutors said evidence showed Tristan Herrin, now 23, did not contribute to a race.

In a written notice filed Friday in Hillsborough Circuit court, the state said it will no longer pursue a single misdemeanor charge of unlawful racing on a highway. “Based on evidence available at the crash scene, we charged Tristan Herrin for tristan herrin participating in racing,” said a statement from Grayson Kamm, a spokesman for the office of Hillsborough State Attorney Andrew Warren.

“As we built airtight cases against the two drivers directly responsible for the deaths of Jessica and Lillia, however, the tristan herrin showed that Tristan was merely a passenger on that tragic day and therefore had not committed any crime.” Tristan Herrin, center, offers a fist-bump to his brother, Cameron Herrin, right, during a recess in his April 8 sentencing hearing at the Edgecomb Courthouse in downtown Tampa. [ DOUGLAS R. CLIFFORD - Times ] Tristan Herrin’s attorney, Brian Gonzalez, said that while his client is relieved, he continues to think of the family of the mother and daughter.

He was 20 when they died. “Obviously, this is a horrible, horrible tragedy for all involved,” Gonzalez said. “He’s very happy that he can put this behind him once and for all and he continues to think daily about the Raubenolt family and he just wants to turn the page to a new chapter in his life.” The tristan herrin decision concludes an emotionally charged case that captivated the South Tampa community and generated widespread public interest.

Related: Young racers face sentencing in Bayshore deaths While prosecutors had accused all three young men of racing, defense attorneys disputed that there was a race. Nevertheless, the two drivers admitted their roles in causing the crash. Barrineau, who was 17 when it tristan herrin, pleaded guilty late last year to a vehicular homicide charge.

In a deal with prosecutors, he accepted a six-year prison sentence. Cameron Herrin, who was 18 and received the Mustang as a high school graduation gift, also pleaded guilty, but left it up a judge to decide his penalty.

After an emotional, daylong sentencing hearing last month, he was sentenced to 24 years in prison. • Regions • Tampa • St. Petersburg • Clearwater • Hillsborough • Pinellas • Pasco • Hernando • Florida • • Nation & World • Politi Fact • Topics • Red Tide • Investigations • Politics • Education • Business • Health tristan herrin Transportation • Environment • Crime • Climate Change Reporting Network • Pulitzers • • Centr o • David Raubenolt, center, is flanked by family while attending Cameron Herrin’s sentencing hearing on Thursday, April 8, 2021, at the Tristan herrin County Edgecomb Courthouse before 13th Judicial Circuit Court judge Christopher Nash in downtown Tampa.

Herrin was the driver of a Ford Mustang that collided with a mother and daughter on Bayshore Boulevard in 2018, as Herrin, who was then 18, was racing another driver, John Barrineau.

The Mustang hit David’s wife, Jessica Reisinger-Raubenolt, who was pushing thier 21-month-old daughter, Lillia, in a stroller across the iconic Tampa roadway. Both Herrin and Barrineau pleaded guilty late last year to vehicular homicide. Barrineau made a plea deal and was sentenced to six years in prison. Herrin has left it up to judge to decide what his penalty should be. He faces a maximum of 30 years in prison. Sentencing guidelines suggest about 18 years.

DOUGLAS R. CLIFFORD - Times Cameron Herrin wipes his eyes as family members of Jessica Reisinger-Raubenolt, and her 21-month-old daughter, Lillia, share memories of their lives during Herrin’s sentencing hearing on Thursday, April 8, 2021, at the Hillsborough County Edgecomb Courthouse before 13th Judicial Circuit Court judge Christopher Nash in downtown Tampa.

DOUGLAS R. CLIFFORD - Times Pamela Reisinger, mother of Jessica Reisinger-Raubenolt, recalls memories of her daughter while giving her victim impact statement at Cameron Herrin’s sentencing hearing on Thursday, April 8, 2021, at the Hillsborough County Edgecomb Courthouse before 13th Judicial Circuit Court judge Christopher Nash in downtown Tampa.

DOUGLAS R. CLIFFORD - Times Cameron Herrin arrives for his sentencing hearing on Thursday, April 8, 2021, at the the Hillsborough County Edgecomb Courthouse before 13th Judicial Circuit Court judge Christopher Nash in downtown Tampa. Herrin was the driver of a Ford Mustang that collided with a mother and daughter on Bayshore Boulevard in 2018, as Herrin, who was then 18, was racing another driver, John Barrineau.

The Mustang hit Jessica Reisinger-Raubenolt, who was pushing her 21-month-old daughter, Lillia, in a stroller across the iconic Tampa roadway. Both Herrin and Barrineau pleaded guilty late last year to vehicular homicide. Barrineau made a plea deal and was sentenced to six years in prison. Herrin has left it up to judge to decide what his penalty should be. He faces a maximum of 30 years in prison. Sentencing guidelines suggest about 18 years. DOUGLAS R. CLIFFORD - Times David Raubenolt, center, reacts as his brother shares a victim impact statement during Cameron Herrin’s sentencing hearing on Thursday, April 8, 2021, at the Hillsborough County Edgecomb Courthouse before 13th Judicial Circuit Court judge Christopher Nash in downtown Tampa.

DOUGLAS R. CLIFFORD - Times Tristan Herrin, center, offers a fist-bump to his brother, Cameron Herrin, right, during a recess in his sentencing hearing on Thursday, April 8, 2021, at the Hillsborough County Edgecomb Courthouse before 13th Judicial Circuit Court judge Christopher Nash in downtown Tampa.

Herrin was the driver of a Ford Mustang that collided tristan herrin a mother and daughter on Bayshore Boulevard in 2018, as Herrin, who was then 18, was racing another tristan herrin, John Barrineau. The Mustang hit Jessica Reisinger-Raubenolt, who was pushing her 21-month-old daughter, Lillia, in a stroller across the iconic Tampa roadway.

Both Herrin and Barrineau pleaded guilty late last year to vehicular homicide. Barrineau made a plea deal and was sentenced to six years in prison. Herrin has left it up to judge to decide what his penalty should be. He faces a maximum of 30 years in prison. Sentencing guidelines suggest about 18 years. DOUGLAS R. CLIFFORD - Times From left: father Chris Herrin, brother Tristan Herrin and aunt Kim Salter react to testimony from mother Cheryl Herrin while attending a sentencing hearing for Cameron Herrin on Thursday, April 8, 2021, at the Hillsborough County Edgecomb Courthouse before 13th Judicial Circuit Court judge Christopher Nash in downtown Tampa.

Herrin was the driver of a Ford Mustang that collided with a mother and daughter on Bayshore Boulevard in 2018, as Herrin, who was then 18, was racing another driver, John Barrineau.

The Mustang hit Jessica Reisinger-Raubenolt, who was pushing her 21-month-old daughter, Lillia, in a stroller across the iconic Tristan herrin roadway. Both Herrin and Barrineau pleaded guilty late last year to vehicular homicide. Barrineau made tristan herrin plea deal and was sentenced to six years in prison. Herrin has left it up to judge to decide what his penalty should be. He faces a maximum of 30 years in prison. Sentencing guidelines suggest about 18 years.

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DOUGLAS R. CLIFFORD - Times Cameron Herrin listens to testimony during his sentencing hearing on Thursday, April 8, 2021, at the Hillsborough County Edgecomb Courthouse before 13th Judicial Circuit Court judge Christopher Nash in downtown Tampa. Herrin was the driver of a Ford Mustang that collided with a mother and daughter on Bayshore Boulevard in 2018, as Herrin, tristan herrin was then 18, was racing another driver, John Barrineau.

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The Mustang hit Jessica Reisinger-Raubenolt, who was pushing her 21-month-old daughter, Lillia, in a stroller across the iconic Tampa roadway. Both Herrin and Tristan herrin pleaded guilty late last year to vehicular homicide. Barrineau made a plea deal and was sentenced to six years in prison. Herrin has left it up to judge to decide what his penalty should be. He faces a maximum of 30 years in prison.

Sentencing guidelines suggest about 18 years. DOUGLAS R. CLIFFORD - Times Cameron Herrin, left, stands with defense attorney John Fitzgibbons during a recess in his sentencing hearing on Thursday, April 8, 2021, at the Hillsborough County Edgecomb Courthouse before 13th Judicial Circuit Court judge Christopher Nash in downtown Tampa. Herrin was the driver of a Ford Mustang that collided with a mother and daughter on Bayshore Boulevard in 2018, as Herrin, who was then 18, was racing another driver, John Barrineau.

Tristan herrin Mustang hit Jessica Reisinger-Raubenolt, who was pushing her 21-month-old daughter, Lillia, in a stroller across the iconic Tampa roadway. Both Herrin and Barrineau pleaded guilty tristan herrin last year to vehicular homicide. Barrineau made a plea deal and was sentenced to six years in prison. Herrin has left it up to judge to decide what his penalty should be.

He faces a maximum of 30 years in prison. Sentencing guidelines suggest about 18 years. DOUGLAS R. CLIFFORD - Times State Attorney Andrew Warren, left, and State Attorney Aaron Hubbard talk during Cameron Herrin’s sentencing hearing on Thursday, April 8, 2021, at the Hillsborough County Edgecomb Courthouse before 13th Judicial Circuit Court judge Christopher Nash in downtown Tampa. Herrin was the driver of a Ford Mustang that collided with a mother and daughter on Bayshore Boulevard in 2018, as Herrin, who was then 18, was racing another driver, John Barrineau.

The Mustang hit Jessica Reisinger-Raubenolt, who was pushing her 21-month-old daughter, Lillia, in a stroller across the iconic Tampa roadway.

Both Herrin and Barrineau pleaded guilty late last year to vehicular homicide. Barrineau made a plea deal and was sentenced to six years in prison.

Herrin has left it up to judge to decide what his penalty should be. He faces a maximum of 30 years in prison. Sentencing guidelines suggest about 18 years. DOUGLAS R. CLIFFORD - Times Cheryl Herrin prepares to give testimony during a sentencing hearing for her son, Cameron Herrin, on Thursday, April 8, 2021, at the Hillsborough County Edgecomb Courthouse before 13th Judicial Circuit Court judge Christopher Tristan herrin in downtown Tampa. Herrin was the driver of a Ford Mustang that collided with a mother and daughter on Bayshore Boulevard in 2018, as Herrin, who was then 18, was racing another driver, John Barrineau.

The Mustang hit Jessica Reisinger-Raubenolt, who was pushing her 21-month-old daughter, Lillia, in a stroller across the iconic Tampa roadway. Both Herrin and Barrineau pleaded guilty late last year tristan herrin vehicular homicide. Barrineau made a plea deal and was sentenced to six years in prison. Herrin has left it up to judge to decide what his penalty should be.

He faces a maximum of 30 years in prison. Sentencing guidelines suggest about 18 years. DOUGLAS R. CLIFFORD - Times Bob Reisinger, left, and Pamela Reisinger, the parents of Jessica Reisinger-Raubenolt, embrace moments after Pamela gave her victim impact statement at Cameron Herrin’s sentencing hearing on Thursday, April 8, 2021, at the Hillsborough County Edgecomb Courthouse before 13th Judicial Circuit Court judge Christopher Nash in downtown Tampa.

DOUGLAS R. CLIFFORD - Times From left: father Chris Herrin, mother Cheryl Herrin, tristan herrin Tristan Herrin and aunt Kim Salter attend a sentencing hearing for Cameron Herrin, right, on Thursday, April 8, 2021, at the Hillsborough County Edgecomb Courthouse before 13th Judicial Circuit Court judge Christopher Nash in downtown Tampa.

Herrin was the driver of a Ford Mustang that collided with a mother and daughter on Bayshore Boulevard in 2018, as Herrin, who was then 18, was racing another driver, John Barrineau. The Mustang tristan herrin Jessica Reisinger-Raubenolt, who was pushing her 21-month-old tristan herrin, Lillia, in a stroller across the iconic Tampa roadway.

Both Herrin and Barrineau pleaded guilty late last year to vehicular homicide. Barrineau made a plea deal and was sentenced to six years in prison. Herrin has left it up to judge to decide what his penalty should be. He faces a maximum of 30 years in prison. Sentencing guidelines suggest about 18 years. DOUGLAS R. CLIFFORD - Times Assistant State Attorney Aaron Hubbard, left, and defense attorney John Fitzgibbons, center, talk with 13th Judicial Circuit Court judge Christopher Nash during a break in his sentencing hearing on Thursday, April 8, 2021, at the Hillsborough County Edgecomb Courthouse in downtown Tampa.

Herrin was the driver of a Ford Mustang that collided with a mother and daughter on Bayshore Boulevard in 2018, as Herrin, who was then 18, was racing another driver, John Barrineau. The Mustang hit Jessica Reisinger-Raubenolt, who was pushing her 21-month-old daughter, Lillia, in a stroller across the iconic Tampa roadway. Both Herrin and Barrineau pleaded guilty late last year to vehicular homicide. Barrineau made a plea deal and was sentenced to six years in prison.

Herrin has left it up to judge to decide what his penalty should be. He faces a maximum of 30 years in prison. Sentencing guidelines suggest about 18 years. DOUGLAS R. CLIFFORD - Times Cameron Herrin, center, leaves courtroom #1 with his father, Chris Herrin, left, during a recess in Cameron’s sentencing hearing on Thursday, April 8, 2021, at the Hillsborough County Edgecomb Courthouse before 13th Judicial Circuit Court judge Christopher Nash in downtown Tampa.

Herrin was the driver of a Ford Mustang that collided with a mother and daughter on Bayshore Boulevard in 2018, as Herrin, who was then 18, was racing another driver, John Barrineau. The Mustang hit Jessica Reisinger-Raubenolt, who was pushing her 21-month-old daughter, Lillia, in a stroller across the iconic Tampa roadway. Both Herrin and Barrineau pleaded guilty late last year to vehicular homicide.

Barrineau made a plea deal and was sentenced to six years in prison. Tristan herrin has left it up to judge to decide what his penalty should be. He faces a maximum of 30 years in prison. Sentencing guidelines suggest about 18 years.

DOUGLAS R. CLIFFORD - Times 13th Judicial Circuit Court judge Christopher Nash, left, listens to testimony from Cheryl Herrin who was speaking on behalf of her son, Cameron Herrin, during his sentencing hearing on Thursday, April 8, 2021, at the Hillsborough County Edgecomb Courthouse before in downtown Tampa.

Herrin was the driver of a Ford Mustang that collided with a mother and daughter on Bayshore Boulevard in 2018, as Herrin, who was then 18, was racing another driver, John Barrineau.

The Mustang hit Jessica Reisinger-Raubenolt, who was pushing her 21-month-old daughter, Lillia, in a stroller across the iconic Tampa roadway.

Both Herrin and Barrineau pleaded guilty late last year to vehicular homicide. Barrineau made a plea deal and was sentenced to six years in prison. Herrin has left it up to judge to decide what his penalty should be.

He faces a maximum of 30 years in prison. Sentencing guidelines suggest about 18 years. DOUGLAS R. CLIFFORD - Times Retired circuit court and county judge Gregory Holder prepares to give testimony on behalf of Cameron Herrin at his sentencing hearing on Thursday, April 8, 2021, at the Hillsborough County Edgecomb Courthouse before 13th Judicial Circuit Court judge Christopher Nash in downtown Tampa.

Herrin was the driver of a Ford Mustang that collided with a mother and daughter on Bayshore Boulevard in 2018, as Herrin, who was then 18, was racing another driver, John Barrineau.

The Mustang hit Jessica Reisinger-Raubenolt, who was pushing her 21-month-old daughter, Lillia, in a stroller across the iconic Tampa roadway.

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Both Herrin and Barrineau pleaded guilty late last year to vehicular homicide. Barrineau made a plea deal and was sentenced to six years in prison.

Herrin has left it up to judge to decide what his penalty should be. He faces a maximum of 30 years tristan herrin prison. Sentencing guidelines suggest about 18 years. DOUGLAS R.

CLIFFORD - Times Cameron Herrin arrives for his sentencing hearing with his defense attorney is John Fitzgibbons, right, on Thursday, April 8, 2021, at the the Hillsborough County Edgecomb Courthouse before 13th Judicial Circuit Court judge Christopher Nash in downtown Tampa.

Herrin was the driver of a Ford Mustang that collided with a mother and daughter on Bayshore Boulevard in 2018, as Herrin, who was then 18, was racing another driver, John Barrineau. The Mustang hit Tristan herrin Reisinger-Raubenolt, who was pushing her 21-month-old daughter, Lillia, in a stroller across the iconic Tampa roadway.

Both Herrin and Barrineau pleaded guilty late last year to vehicular homicide. Barrineau made a plea deal and was sentenced to six years in prison. Herrin has left it up to judge to decide what his penalty should be. He faces a maximum of 30 years in prison. Sentencing guidelines suggest about 18 years. DOUGLAS R. CLIFFORD - Times Jessica Reisinger-Raubenolt’s parents, Pamela Reisinger, center, hugs Bob Reisinger, moments after Cameron Herrin is sentenced to 24 years in prison on Thursday, April 8, 2021, at the Hillsborough County Edgecomb Courthouse before 13th Judicial Circuit Court judge Christopher Nash in downtown Tampa.

David Raubenolt, center, is flanked by family while attending Cameron Herrin’s sentencing hearing on Thursday, April 8, 2021, at the Hillsborough County Edgecomb Courthouse before 13th Judicial Circuit Court judge Christopher Nash in downtown Tampa. Herrin was the driver of a Ford Mustang that collided with a mother and daughter on Bayshore Boulevard in 2018, as Herrin, who was then 18, was racing another driver, John Barrineau.

The Mustang hit David’s wife, Jessica Reisinger-Raubenolt, who was pushing thier 21-month-old daughter, Lillia, in a stroller across the iconic Tampa roadway. Both Herrin and Barrineau pleaded guilty late last year to vehicular homicide.

Barrineau made a plea deal and was sentenced to six years in prison. Herrin has left it up to judge to decide what his penalty should be.

DOUGLAS R. CLIFFORD - Times David Raubenolt, center, thanks Cpl. Ryan Jacques, left, who was tristan herrin lead vehicular homicide investigator for the crash that killed David’s wife, Jessica Reisinger-Raubenolt, and their 21-month-old daughter, Lillia, in Tampa, at the conclusion of Cameron Herrin’s sentencing hearing on Thursday, April 8, 2021, at the Hillsborough County Edgecomb Courthouse in downtown Tampa.

DOUGLAS R. CLIFFORD - Times David Raubenolt, center, thanks Assistant State Attorney Aaron Hubbard, right, moments after Cameron Herrin is sentenced to 24 years in prison on Thursday, April 8, 2021, at the Hillsborough County Edgecomb Courthouse before 13th Judicial Circuit Court judge Christopher Nash in downtown Tampa. Herrin was the driver of a Ford Mustang that collided with a mother and daughter on Bayshore Boulevard in 2018, as Herrin, who was then 18, was racing another driver, Tristan herrin Barrineau.

The Mustang hit David’s wife, Jessica Reisinger-Raubenolt, who was pushing thier 21-month-old daughter, Lillia, in a stroller across the iconic Tampa roadway. Both Herrin and Barrineau pleaded guilty late last year to vehicular homicide.

Barrineau made a plea deal and was sentenced to six years in prison. Herrin has left it up to judge to decide what his penalty should be. DOUGLAS R. CLIFFORD - Times Cameron Herrin reacts the moment he hears his sentence — 24 years in prison — at the conclusion of his sentencing hearing on Thursday, April 8, 2021, at the Hillsborough County Edgecomb Courthouse before 13th Judicial Circuit Court judge Christopher Nash in downtown Tampa.

Herrin was the driver of a Ford Mustang that collided with a mother and daughter on Bayshore Boulevard in 2018, as Herrin, who was then 18, was racing another driver, John Barrineau. The Mustang hit David’s wife, Jessica Reisinger-Raubenolt, who was pushing thier 21-month-old daughter, Lillia, in a stroller across the iconic Tampa roadway.

Both Herrin and Barrineau pleaded guilty late last year to vehicular homicide. Barrineau made a plea deal and was sentenced to six years in prison. Herrin has left it up to judge to decide what his penalty should be. He faced a maximum of 30 years in prison. Sentencing guidelines suggested about 18 years. DOUGLAS R.

CLIFFORD - Times Cameron Herrin, center, is cuffed by a bailiff moments after his sentenced to 24 years in prison at the conclusion tristan herrin his sentencing hearing on Thursday, April 8, 2021, at the Hillsborough County Edgecomb Courthouse before 13th Judicial Circuit Court judge Christopher Nash in downtown Tampa. Herrin was the driver of a Ford Mustang that collided with a mother and daughter on Bayshore Boulevard in 2018, as Herrin, who was then 18, was racing another driver, John Barrineau.

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The Mustang hit David’s wife, Jessica Reisinger-Raubenolt, who was pushing thier 21-month-old daughter, Lillia, in a stroller across the iconic Tampa roadway. Both Herrin and Barrineau pleaded guilty late last year to vehicular homicide. Barrineau made a plea deal and was sentenced to six years in prison. Herrin has left it up to judge to decide what his penalty should be. He faced a maximum of 30 years in prison. Sentencing guidelines suggested about 18 years.

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Cameron Tristan herrin and Barrineau, who both live in South Tampa, are charged with two counts of vehicular homicide and street racing. Both are scheduled to appear in court June 25.

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They, too, have pleaded not guilty to the charges. All three are free on bail. Herrin and Barrineau must wear ankle monitors are are not allowed to leave Hillsborough or Pinellas counties. A judge has denied his request to travel to college in August.

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Herrin was driving a shiny black 2018 eight-cylinder Mustang GT he received as a gift for his graduation from Tampa Catholic High School when the crash occurred. Police estimate tristan herrin was going 102 mph at the time he hit the mother and child. They say the Jessica Raubenolt was thrown at least 40 feet. Lillia and the stroller landed about 70 feet away from the point of impact.

Jessica Raubenolt was pronounced dead shortly after she arrived at Tampa General Hospital. Lillia died the following day. Herrin was reportedly racing Barrineau, a friend and classmate at Tampa Catholic High School. Barrineau lives with his family in the Tristan herrin Beautiful neighborhood. The Herrins live in nearby in Ballast Point. Both teens had accepted their high school diplomas two days before the accident.

Instead of celebrating a new chapter in their lives, both teens are facing felony charges punishable by up to 15 years in state prison. Tristan herrin was planning to attend Florida Atlantic University next spring to study computer engineering.

A judge has denied his request to drive to college in August. Herrin planned to study marketing at Hillsborough Community College. The accident involving the two 2018 Tampa High School graduates was among several tragic events the parochial school at 4630 N. Rome Ave., Tampa, had to face during the past school year. In October, the close-knit high school with an enrollment of 780 students was horrified to learn that 24-year-old Tampa resident Howell Donaldson Tristan herrin, who once played basketball for Tampa Catholic, had been arrested and charged with the shooting deaths of four people in Seminole Heights.

The serial killings made national news. Donaldson attended Tampa Catholic for two years but transferred to Alonso High School where he graduated. The school was still reeling from the news of Donaldson's arrest in February when Tampa Catholic graduate Rob Wallace, 65, a Republican who served in the Florida House of Representatives from 1994 to 2002 representing Pinellas and Hillsborough counties, jumped to his death from the Dale Mabry Highway overpass onto Gunn Highway.

Then, on June 7, the school suffered another blow with the death of a popular teacher and school tristan herrin, Edwin Page, after a short battle with cancer. He worked at Tampa Catholic High School for 17 years, serving as a science teacher, founding director of the award-winning Tampa Catholic High Drum Line and finally as dean of students. Related stories: Mother, Toddler Die After Struck By Speeding Car On Bayshore Police Say Mustang Was Going 102 mph Before Hitting Mother, Child The rules of replying: • Be respectful.

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TAMPA (WFLA) – The state has dropped a street racing charge against Tristan Herrin in connection to a deadly 2018 Bayshore Boulevard crash that killed a 24-year-old mother and her 1-year-old daughter.

Tristan was a passenger in a car driven by his brother Cameron Herrin, when Cameron hit and killed Jessica Raubenolt and her daughter Lillia. If convicted on the street racing charge, Tristan faced up to a year behind bars. Tristan’s brother Cameron was sentenced to 24 years in prison last month after pleading guilty in December 2020 to vehicular homicide and unlawful racing.

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Authorities said Cameron Herrin was racing along Bayshore at more than 100 miles per hour in a Mustang and hit Raubenolt as she was pushing her daughter in a stroller. Herrin was 18 at the time of the crash. John Barrineau, the other driver involved, pleaded guilty for his role and was sentenced to six years in prison. Barrineau was 17 when it happened. The crash sparked outcry from the community and led to changes on Bayshore Boulevard, including more stoplights and a reduced speed limit.

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