HomeTeen gets up to 9 months in juvenile camp in West LA Lamborghini Crash who killed Monique Munoz – CBS Los Angeles

Teen gets up to 9 months in juvenile camp in West LA Lamborghini Crash who killed Monique Munoz – CBS Los Angeles

Los Angeles (Spacela) The teenage son of a wealthy businessman avoided prison – but would spend several months in a juvenile camp – in a high-speed Lamborghini crash in West Los Angeles in February 2020 that killed a 32-year-old woman.

February. 17, 2020 (CBSLA)

The 18-year-old boy, who was 17 at the time of the accident, was sentenced Thursday to 7 to 9 months in prison in a juvenile camp.

Juvenile Court Judge Sabina A. Hilton ordered the teen’s immediate detention after the hearing, which lasted more than four days and included emotional statements from the teen, his mother, and the victim’s family and friends.

On the On the evening of February 17, 2020, the teenager was behind the wheel of a Lamborghini SUV heading east on Olympic Boulevard when it crashed into a left-turning four-door Lexus on Overland Street.

A 32-year-old Lexus driver, Monique Munoz, who was on her way home from work, died at the scene. Los Angeles police investigators determined that the Lamborghini was traveling more than 100 miles per hour at the time of the collision.

During his trial in April, confess the boy On the solicitation of manslaughter on vehicles.

Monique Munoz. (family photo)

Family and friends of Munoz Demand that the boy be charged as an adult. The Munoz family argued that the teen was receiving special treatment because his family is wealthy and well-connected. They also claimed that charges were not brought quickly against the teenager – the case was filed in April – due to the wealth and influence of his father, James Khoury, who was described by Forbes magazine as a multi-millionaire who owns several real estate, industrial and e-commerce businesses.

“Please know that I am deeply sorry from the bottom of my heart,” the boy said in court on Thursday. “I hate myself because I am so ashamed of what I have done… I am so broken inside. I don’t want to live sometimes.”

He swore he wouldn’t intentionally hurt anyone, and said he took “full responsibility for causing Monique’s death.”

He said, “I accept what will come to me.”

“The tragedy that occurred that day was in the making,” Hilton said, calling it an “avoidable accident.”

Hilton noted that the boy had been given a “high-performance car” and that his parents knew he had received two martyrdoms in 2020 from Beverly Hills Police, including one in which the car was impounded and subsequently returned to the teen.

“I think you regret what happened,” Hilton told the teenager.

LA Times Police Captain Brian Wendling said the arrest of the Lamborghini driver was only delayed due to the fact that he had been taken to hospital due to injuries sustained in the accident.

CBSLA relatives told that Munoz worked as a receptionist and had ambitions to attend law school.

Her uncle Richard Cartier told reporters outside the court on Thursday, “This guy was a racer and a killer. That’s what it was… This guy was supposed to kill someone and he definitely did. He killed my niece… I no longer have my nieces.” As I mentioned earlier, when my niece was gone, my soul went with her.”

(© Copyright 2021 CBS Broadcasting Inc., all rights reserved. The City News Service contributed to this report.)


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