Olivia Joane Alexandra Kohut, 34, who arrested in a crash that killed three people, including a 4-year-old is arrested again.
Kohut was arrested back in October 2018 after she sped through an intersection and hitting crashing into the Baker family.
According to the report, Kohut was driving a 2012 Dodge Ram Quad Cab 4X2 pickup east on East 14th Street, exceeding the 45 mph speed limit by more than 30 mph, when Chester Baker entered the intersection of East 14th after stopping at a stop sign, and drove directly into the path of Kohut’s truck.
The front of Kohut’s vehicle hit the left side of the Baker’s 2014 Hyundai Sonata 4-door.
Kohut has been charged with 4 charges.
3 which consist of:
HOMICIDE NEGLIG-MANSL-VEH (KILLING OF HUMAN BEING OR UNBORN CHILD W VEH)
1 which consist of:
MOVING TRAFFIC VIOL (RECKLESS DRIVE CAUSE SERIOUS BODILY INJURY)
Now, she was caught going 51 mph in a 30 mph zone and was arrested for a second time.
Kohut has a record of speeding tickets in Lee, Collier and Broward counties, according to court records, including several this year.
The following statement was released:
“Our family is grateful by the decision the Honorable Judge Robert J Branning made regarding the State Attorney’s motion for pretrial detention of Olivia Kohut. While Judge Branning did not decide to place Mrs. Kohut in custody and jail until the trial involving the tragic deaths of Chester, Dawn and Jamison Baker occurred, Judge Branning did recognize the threat Mrs. Kohut represents to the residents and drivers of Lee County and ordered her driving privileges revoked until the outcome of her criminal trial for the reckless killing of our family members. We are thankful Mrs. Kohut will no longer be legally driving and ask that if anyone sees her driving on her revoked license, please call the Lee County Sheriff’s office and report her immediately.”