A female Aurora driver who hit and killed an Englewood woman on a bicycle and then fled the scene was sentenced to six years in prison.
Last month Arapahoe District Judge Darren Vahle sentenced Dominique Cain, 33, to six years in the Department of Corrections for the death of Nancy Condit, 64.
On July 1, 2018, a Sunday afternoon, Cain was driving her 2016 Chevy Cruz in Englewood. She ran a red light and hit Condit in the intersection of South Downing Street and East Cornell Avenue.
Witnesses told Englewood Police that Cain stopped, got out of her car to look at Condit, then drove away.
Condit later died of her injuries.
Witnesses gave officers Cain’s license plate. She had been adjudicated a habitual traffic offender and her driver’s license was revoked at the time she hit Condit.
Cain pleaded guilty Jan. 11, to the top count of leaving the scene of an accident involving death, a Class 3 felony. Other charges against her were dismissed.
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