Judge Raises Bond of Woman Facing DUI Manslaughter Charges to $450,000 - NBC 6 South Florida

    Judge Raises Woman's Bond to $450,000

    The woman who struck and killed two pedestrians in Fort Lauderdale last month was arrested on DUI manslaughter charges Wednesday after a toxicology report showed she her blood alcohol level was more than twice the legal limit at the time of the crash, police said. During a court appearance, Broward Circuit Judge John Hurley raised Alyza Rachel Russell's bond to $450,000, almost seven times the initial amount. Prosecutor Eric Linder and defense attorney Robert Reiff also spoke during the hearing. (Published Thursday, Jul 4, 2013) The woman who struck and killed two pedestrians in Fort Lauderdale last month was arrested on DUI manslaughter charges Wednesday after a toxicology... See More