‘We will never stop until we get justice for Olivia’: Family, community rally for tougher charges against driver in fatal crash

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17-year-old Olivia Passaretti was driving home when her car was hit by Aramis Segura, 30. Segura admitted to drinking three beers and smoking marijuana before getting behind the wheel. The family believes Segura showed intent to harm their daughter after a social media post from an alleged account of Segura.
4 months ago·East Providence, United States

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‘We will never stop until we get justice for Olivia’: Family, community rally for tougher charges against driver in fatal crash

CRANSTON, R.I. (WPRI) -- Several hundred people gathered outside the Attorney General's Office in Cranston on Saturday, calling for tougher charges in a tragic New Year's Day crash.17-year-old Olivia Passaretti was driving home when her car was hit by Aramis Segura, 30, who is charged with leaving the scene of an accident resulting in death, driving to endanger resulting in death, obstruction of justice, and operating on a suspended license.Acco…

4 months ago·East Providence, United States
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