Hit and Run Teacher Wants Off of Probation

May 21st, 2009 by admin

Tampa, Florida – A former elementary school dance teacher who spent two years on house arrest for a fatal hit-and-run crash wants her probation period to end early.

In March 2004, Jennifer Porter drove on after a collision with four siblings, ages 2 to 13, who were crossing a dark street near North Tampa’s Muller Elementary, where Porter worked as a dance teacher.

The impact killed 13-year-old Bryant Wilkins and his 3-year-old brother, Durontae Caldwell, and left the two others seriously injured.

Jennifer Porter pleaded guilty in 2005 to charges to leaving the scene. The Land O’ Lakes resident is expected back in court Thursday, where she will request an early end to her probation.

Prosecutors plan to object to the request.


3 Responses

  1. Daryl

    If I killed two kids, even by accident, and did not have to go to prison. I would be ashamed to ask to be released from probation early….. Especially if it was a hit and run and It took me three days to turn myself in, in the first place. Another scumbag!

  2. Truth

    Yeah. Lucky Cun*t. Hit and Run!?! How did she not go to prison. What a world

  3. Franky Fast Hands

    Stupid. 2 kids died that day

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