A driver who was painting her fingernails when she struck and killed motorcyclist Anita Zaffke tearfully apologized Thursday before she was sentenced for triggering the deadly 2009 traffic collision. “I want the family to know how deeply sorry I am for my actions,” 49-year-old Lora Hunt said, looking across the Waukegan courtroom at Zaffke’s relatives.
When the county cops found Brandon Lauer sprawled and bleeding in a Frankfort Square parking lot, the wounded youth accused the son of Will County Board Chairman Jim Moustis of cutting him up with a knife. Just 18 hours before this, Lauer had called the law and told them he was on the wrong end of
Lora Hunt will spend her nights in jail for the next year and half for killing a woman she struck with her car while doing her nails. The loved ones who asked the court for mercy on Thursday said the Morris, Ill., woman will be punishing herself for a lot longer. “Every day she relives
July 22, 2010 (WAUKEGAN, Ill.) (WLS) — Lora Hunt was sentenced Thursday to 18 months of “periodic” prison in a distracted driving case that led to a deadly accident. The judge sentenced Lora Hunt to 18 months in jail and 30 months probation. While announcing the sentence, the judge said that distracted driving in our